CommodityPoint Releases Version 3 of Popular Industry Resource: The CTRM Software Sourcebook

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The CTRM Software Sourcebook is a useful and usable resource for those seeking to build a list of potential E/CTRM software suppliers for inclusion in the RFI and/or RFP process.

CommodityPoint

CommodityPoint, a leading provider of world-class research, analysis and consulting around global commodity markets and underlying technologies, today announced the release of version 3.0 of the popular CTRM Software Sourcebook.

The CTRM Software Sourcebook v3.0 offers updated listings for more than 40 E/CTRM vendors, providing a high-level guide, complete with graphical data, functionality, and product install base, to help determine the best choices in CTRM software to support specific business needs. With an estimated circulation of over six thousand, the Sourcebook has proven to be a useful and usable resource for those seeking to build a list of potential E/CTRM software suppliers for inclusion in the RFI and/or RFP process.

The CTRM Software Sourcebook v3.0 is available as a free download from both the UtiliPoint website (http://www.utilipoint.com) and CTRM Blog (http://www.ctrmblog.com).

About CommodityPoint®
CommodityPoint is a division of leading energy and utilities analyst and consulting firm, UtiliPoint International, Inc. and a subsidiary of Midas Medici Group Holdings, Inc. CommodityPoint provides Commodity Trading & Risk Management (E/CTRM) research, analysis and consulting services that offer insight into business issues, trends, processes and technology, to energy, agricultural and metals trading companies, utilities, banks, brokers, funds, investors and vendors, enhancing their competitive position and supporting critical business decisions. With offices in Europe and the United States, and backed by an experienced research team, CommodityPoint provides an unparalleled view of the marketplace. Visit CommodityPoint online at http://www.Commodity-Point.com.

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