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TRG reports record increase in new clients  

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The Roberts Group (TRG), a provider of market data and subscription management solutions, has reported a record increase in new clients looking to better understand and manage their enterprise subscriptions and expenses. 

Led by the universal need to drive down costs and maximise efficiency within market data and information services spend, TRG has doubled its new sales growth year over year and has seen significant success in the Australian market, investing time and resources to support its work with some of the largest banks in the region. TRG’s commitment to quality client service is what has led to a 95 per cent client retention rate since its inception.

“Our strategic relationship with Polaris Partners in 2014 opened many new doors for TRG, and together we have been able to expand TRG’s global footprint into 2015,” says Steve Matthews, CEO, TRG. “We have continued to answer the needs of our customers by further investing in FITS, and the result has been companies around the globe recognising the significant cost and automation benefits FITS can provide. In response to a growing industry need and client demand, TRG is also now offering a full managed service to support new and existing clients with our market-leading industry expertise.”

Among other milestones, TRG launched the FITS Analytics Suite, the most comprehensive analytics and reporting offering available, in early 2015. The new suite empowers users to perform interactive reporting and advanced analytics on inventory data without having to leave the FITS platform.
“A continuing focus on reducing costs while increasing value from subscription relationships has driven financial and professional services firms to seek help managing their vendor relationships,” continues Matthews. “TRG brings over 20 years of experience helping clients gain this

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