S&P Global Market Intelligence Enters into Strategic Alliance to Transition IR Webhosting Business to Q4 Inc.
Clients Will Benefit From Q4’s World-Class IR Services, Technology and Solutions
S&P Global Market Intelligence (S&P), a division of S&P Global and provider of data, essential insights, and powerful analytics, and Q4 Inc. (Q4), a leading global provider of cloud-based investor relations solutions, announced a strategic alliance to transition S&P Global Market Intelligence’s Investor Relations (IR) webhosting business to Q4.
“This strategic alliance with Q4 will not only better serve our clients webhosting requirements, but also will allow S&P to enhance and add to the strategic workflow solutions we offer to investor relations officers and their staffs.”
The strategic alliance allows both parties to concentrate on their core competencies, ensuring existing and future clients have access to industry-leading IR tools, data and services.
“Since the founding of Q4, we’ve been committed to innovation and delivering the highest level of customer experience through our products, data and partnerships. This new strategic alliance helps to strengthen this commitment and allows us to more deeply serve our clients across a broader set of industries, including financial services, banking and REITs,” said Darrell Heaps, CEO of Q4. “Over the last few months, we have worked hard to understand the needs of S&P’s IR webhosting clients and we look forward to welcoming them to Q4 and our innovative IR success model.”
“We are excited to work with Q4, which has demonstrated a proven track record of providing industry-leading investor relations solutions, technology and analytics to public companies across multiple sectors,” said Greg Gartland, Chief Product Officer, S&P Global Market Intelligence. “This strategic alliance with Q4 will not only better serve our clients webhosting requirements, but also will allow S&P to enhance and add to the strategic workflow solutions we offer to investor relations officers and their staffs.”
This alliance will also integrate S&P’s proprietary data into Q4’s portfolio of solutions, enabling further opportunities for commercial collaboration. In connection with transitioning its IR webhosting business to Q4, S&P has also made a minority investment in Q4. Additional terms of the agreement were not disclosed.