Radianz Americas, doing business as BT Radianz, plays host to some of the most important financial institutions in the world. A part of the BT Global Services segment of UK-based telecommunications carrier BT Group, it operates an global data network, known as the Shared Market Infrastructure, which is used to provide transaction and information services as well as access to hosted software to the financial services industry. The network enables subscribers such as investment banks, brokers, and stock exchanges to securely and privately distribute and manage information to their customers and execute secure trades. BT Radianz counts the NYSE Amex and Standard & Poor's among top clients.
rThe company is using partnerships with software vendors to add functionality to its hosted application and service delivery platform while extending the reach and appeal of its brand. In 2011 BT Radianz signed an agreement with Sweden-based Aphelion to offer its Quasar eFX foreign exchange trading system, and it furthered expanded its cloud-based application selection by adding Kansas-based LockPath's regulatory compliance and risk management software tool Keylight.
These additions are part of parent BT Global Services' broader effort to cater to the hosted application needs of multinational clients in the financial services, consumer goods, government, and health care sectors in particular.