Nasdaq's Domestic Tech Troubleshooter
Traders Magazine, December 2000
Steve Randich became Nasdaq's chief technology officer (CTO) last October, replacing John Hickey who was moved into an "advisory" role. Randich, the former chief information officer (CIO) of the Chicago Stock Exchange, is responsible for systems development and operations at Nasdaq. He reports to CIO Gregor Bailar.
As CTO, Randich focuses on domestic technology while Bailar handles international technology. Systems development entails building new systems, such as SuperSOES, SuperMontage, while maintaining existing systems. Traders Magazine spoke to Randich about his goals.
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