What We Do

Wealth Management Solutions

What We Do


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Marketware is available to support companies in the creation of essential solutions to diverse strategic and tactical challenges. Marketware collaborates with its clients in ways that benefits their strategic missions and visions. Marketware’s professionals leverage leading-edge technologies, global industry know-how and a proven track record to help clients meet their objectives.

We develop technology: Internet and desktop software for Financial Institutions. Through our eChannel capabilities: webBrokerPlus and webBroker iNTouch we strive for the presentation of a unified client view or client data.


  • We develop online Internet, desktop and middleware software for Financial Institutions. Our primary eChannel capabilities are: webBrokerPlus, webBroker iN-Touch and our OneWorld middleware platform.
  • We have invested heavily in Technology that allows for a seamless view of data and access using a single interface. Marketware continues to extend its middleware capabilities and integration to various back ends in the U.S. and internationally.
  • We facilitate cross border solutions to provide technology capabilities that allows financial institutions with the ability to trade in the US markets from overseas through our established international network and alliances.
  • We provide professional services consultancy for Wealth Management and other areas.

Finance & Investment News

Finance – Knowledge@Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton is the online business analysis journal of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
  • In this opinion piece, David Erickson explores how the market for special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) exploded in 2020 and what may happen in the future.

  • U.S. President-elect Joe Biden’s promise to forgive student debt might have the unintended consequence of worsening economic inequality, according to new research co-authored by Wharton’s Sylvain Catherine.

  • While DoorDash and Airbnb successfully completed their much-anticipated IPOs this past week, there has been a lot of scrutiny on how they were priced and subsequently “popped.” Wharton’s David Erickson explains what could be done to remedy the disconnect.