At this year’s Energy Trading & Operations Technology (ETOT), Speakerbus exhibited an exclusive preview our newly developed voice trading speaker – ALTO.

ALTO’s improved operability with enhanced client workflow delivers effectiveness, efficiency and improved client satisfaction.

Speakerbus showcased our latest energy market offerings with improved end-user experience:

  • Contemporary design: ALTO our new hybrid touch endpoint – empowers clients to instantly share news, alerts or request assistance from colleagues in different locations or across geographies from a dedicated cost-effective endpoint. Attendees will also have the chance to learn more about AYRE, our hybrid touch trading turret.
  • Promotes efficiency: Our browser-based soft client ARIA, offer clients greater workforce mobility, business continuity and reduced cost of ownership in the delivery of trader voice services
  • Best in class solutions: From the robust and powerful iTurret (trading turret/dealerboard) to Hoot ‘n’ Holler, we have specific ‘right-sized’ solutions to fit your every need.
  • Reducing risk: Through our carefully selected and certified partners we offer compliance solutions to record, analyse and evaluate, for true peace of mind

During the two days of presentations, panel discussions and case studies, ETOT brought together expert practitioners from leading energy trading companies, to share best practices and insights.

About ETOT
The 11th edition features expanded coverage and extended streams, to allow for a deeper look at matters impacting the back office in the areas of clearing, margining, automation; technology to examine in-depth strategic as well as architectural issues, and for the first time a stream dedicated exclusively to disruptive and new technologies such as RPA, Blockchain, AI, ML aimed at users as well as those responsible for its implementation.

The Venue
Hilton Canary Wharf, London

Date
10-11 October 2019

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