Entries by Jean-Paul Carbonnier

Market Data, Reference Data and Blockchain

This blog was written by Xenomorph consultant JP Carbonnier 

Blockchain, or distributed ledger technology (DLT), has the potential to disrupt a wide range of business models across the financial services industry. However, the potential application of blockchain to the worlds of market data and reference data has not received that much attention.…

Xenomorph Adds QuantLib Pricing Models to EDM+

London, New York, Cape Town– 9th of November, 2018 – Xenomorph has integrated the QuantLib open source library of pricing models into its EDM+ enterprise data management platform. The new development means EDM+ users can call QuantLib pricing engines from any of the user interfaces integrated with EDM+, including Microsoft Excel, programming APIs like Python, .NET, BI platforms like Tableau and Power BI, or mathematical environments like Matlab and R.…

Xenomorph Launches Version 5.0 of TimeScape EDM+

Latest release offers faster and more scalable architecture, new functionality, improved GUI and data integration / distribution options. 

NEW YORK AND LONDON –  Xenomorph, a provider of data management technology to banks, asset managers and insurance companies, has launched Version 5.0 of its flagship enterprise data management platform TimeScape EDM+.…

EDM in the Cloud: Understanding the Business Case

This blog post by Xenomorph CEO Brian Sentance is entitled EDM in the Cloud: Understanding the Business Case and was originally published on Bobsguide.

The economic case for cloud services is more complex than first meets the eye. Comparing any in-house supported technology to one delivered as a cloud service is inherently fraught with subjectivity; depending on your point-of-view and assumptions one could argue the business case for either side.…

Data lineage: The Water Analogy

This blog post entitled Data Lineage: The Water Analogy was written by Xenomorph CEO Brian Sentance.

Big thanks to all involved at the A-Team for the DMS NYC event a few weeks back, it was a great day and I enjoyed taking part in the afternoon panel on data lineage.…