Financial Technologies (India) Limited (FTIL), the flagship company of the Financial Technologies Group, has its roots dating back to when it was sets up during the year 1988 promoted by C Subramaniam and associates, was initially incorporated as a private limited company. FTIL, ISO 27001:2005 and 9001:2000 certified company is among global leaders in offering technology IP (Intellectual Property) and domain expertise to create and trade on next generation financial markets, provides technology solutions and domain expertise for digital transactions and financial markets in the ay of transparent, efficient and liquid, across all asset class including - equities, commodities, currency and debt. The solutions offered by the company are consisting of Exchange Solutions, Brokerage Solutions, Messaging Solutions and Technology & Process Consulting. During the year 1990, The Company had deposited a unit in the Madras Export Processing Zone for manufacturing of Modems to export. Subsequently for sale of Modems in the Indian market, the Company had set up a unit in Pallavaram in September 1991 and also sets up another one factory at Reddiarpalayam, Pondicherry during the same year. The status of the company was converted from Private Ltd to Public Ltd in August 1994; afterward the company was entered into capital market with Initial Public Offering during the year 1995 and in the same year FTIL was diversified the products range to include high-end networking products such as terminal servers, print servers, X-25 pads and routers. The Company had developed a 6U Modem Card and obtained Type approval from TEC during the period of 1996. The Open Dealer Integrated Network (ODIN) goes live on National Stock Exchange in the year 1998. In July 1999, the company changed its name to Nods Worldwide (NWL). In the year 2000, the company received court approval for Merger of FTIPL & e-Xchange on the Net Ltd. FTIL implemented the Country's first Multi-Exchange Internet trading platform in the year 2001 and in year after, in 2002 introduced Country's first Derivatives trading platform. The Company involved in the demerger of its hardware division to a new company Worldwide Infocom Ltd (WIL) in the year 2002, simultaneously WIL merged with Compuage Electronics Ltd (CEL), hence the name of WIL has been changed to Compuage Infocom Ltd (CIL). During the period of 2003, Multi Commodity Xchange kicks off its live operations used end-to-end Exchange Technology Operations from Financial Technologies and also the company installed 10000+ ODIN Terminals in the same year 2003. FTIL bagged Vadodara Stock Exchange subsidiary deal in the year 2003 to deploy integrated trading platform for it's wholly owned Exchange Subsidiary, VSE Stock Services Ltd. The Company and Hutch India had launched together the first wireless Internet mobile dealing desk during the year 2004 through the Orange wireless service in Mumbai in the name of `i-Win' this facility provides stock market and trading facilities to Hutch and Orange GPRS mobile phone users. In 2005, the company launched DGCX. The 100 Million USD Foreign Currency Convertible Bonds (FCCB) offering of the company was completed in the year 2006. The company bagged Deloitte Technology Fast50 India 2006 award during the year 2006 and in the same year the Best Commodity Exchange Award also came to company's hand. FTIL has had partaken in Global Depositary Receipts (GDR), 115 million USD GDR Offering was completed in 2007. In the same year 2007, FTIL received Global IT Innovation Award, Best Innovative Exchange and the Amity Corporate Excellence Award. As on March 2008, The World is Open Award was awarded to the company. The Company has acquired 90% stake in South Africa based ICX Platform for $1.50 million during the year 2008. Financial Technologies (India) Limited established among global leaders in creating successful exchanges in markets by the way of better service, the company focused mostly either underserved or economically unviable to be served by traditional players, which is the concept behind the success of FTIL.