Orange Business Services today announced its enterprise communications services contract with international trading company Liquid Capital.
Liquid Capital, which specializes in market making, brokerage and algorithmic trading, will benefit from Orange Business Services’ secure network solution and IT service management across Liquid Capital’s operations in eight countries.
As per the deal, Orange will consolidate the management of Liquid Capital’s existing network which connects its global offices to international trading exchanges. A redesign of the network and advanced network management is expected to bring Liquid Capital up to 40 percent of savings during the contract period.
Kevin Griffen, country manager – Australasia, Orange Business Services, said: “Our cloud-ready network supports customers across 220 countries and territories.”