InfoHedge Technologies Opens Office In Boston

Nov 14 2013 | 8:52am ET

InfoHedge Technologies, which specializes in cloud computing and technology services for the alternative investment industry, is expanding its footprint with the opening of a new office in Boston.

Tristan Rock, who joins InfoHedge with a wealth of sales and management experience in the hedge fund market, is leading the company's effort to serve customers in the Bay State’s growing market.

The new office is in response to demand for InfoHedge’s platform as hedge funds and other financial services firms continue to recognize the flexibility and value of being on a fully hosted platform that delivers an enterprise grade, single custody private cloud solution over the wire from multiple data centers on a flat fee subscription basis.

"The opening of InfoHedge’s Boston’s office is a natural growth of the strong InfoHedge customer and partner base we already enjoy in New York and Connecticut," said Alexander Kouperman, president of the firm. “An office in Boston is further evidence of our commitment to building a lasting presence in the hedge fund market and to investing in long-term client and partner relationships."

"I am excited to lead the expansion of InfoHedge through a local presence in Boston," said Rock, managing director in Boston. "Our continued success in the financial services market demonstrates InfoHedge’s value as a flexible and cost effective platform for responding to the complex business challenges Hedge Funds face today.”


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