Tradelogic enters into a premium partnership with Aspect

Energy and commodities trade and risk management cloud solutions company, Aspect, has announced that Tradelogic, a UK-based consultancy and bespoke software development organisation has entered into a premium partnership with Aspect.

Tradelogic has a successful track record delivering commodities IT consultancy, application development and bespoke frameworks throughout the gas and power trading sectors, as well as utilities and financial services industries. Tradelogic looks to sell, implement and support AspectCTRM and expand into the oil, petroleum products, and metals sectors.

The partnership combines Tradelogic's expertise in regulations and compliance as well as its aligned ETRM/CTRM applications with Aspect's front, middle and back office solutions.

According to Tradelogic’s Business Development Director Don Parry, "We've been impressed by what Aspect is doing. We wanted to become a part of it, and benefit from their uniquely strong position in cloud ETRM/CTRM, which caters to mid-size trading companies."

Parry continued, "We have a lot to offer this market with our own proprietary built solutions for data management and compliance monitoring tools, which should provide add-on integration opportunities, along with our services to support the whole business. I think there's a lot of synergy between what our companies offer."

Aspect Vice President of Customer Services Chetna Bhatia, who oversees the new Aspect Partner Program (APP), which launched last year explained, "We're thrilled to welcome Tradelogic as a strategic partner. This is a key element of our strategy to expand our new partner network quickly, capitalising on our record CTRM revenues last year."

The APP program opens the door to more sales partners of all sizes and in all regions who are now able to offer their services and cost savings to companies taking on AspectCTRM, the fastest growing trade and risk solution.


Edited from various sources by Joseph Green

Published on 24/03/2015


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