Many thanks to everyone who voted for us recently; we were delighted to receive the FTF News Gold Standard Award in the category of ‘Best Enterprise Data Management Solution’. The recognition of TimeScape EDM+ as a leading EDM solution marks the culmination of an intense period of product development which saw browser-based data cleansing, validation workflow and full audit capabilities added to TimeScape. Clients are using TimeScape EDM+ increasingly to manage regulatory compliance, secure in the knowledge that it can support any data requirement, any asset class and integrate analytics as part of an auditable data management process.
The impact of new regulation on the importance of accurate, timely and consistent risk information remains in the spotlight. Join our CEO, Brian Sentance, as he explores this area in the forthcoming A-Team Risk Data Analytics webinar which will take place on 14th July 2015.
Click here to register on the A-Team website.
News in Brief
TimeScape EDM+ integrated with Tableau’s business intelligence and visualization software
The Tableau software allows users to generate and export validated data, metadata and analytics from TimeScape EDM+ into Tableau to create visual insight into process management, trading, risk and regulatory compliance. Data managers are expected to use the software to get a better understanding of data quality and operational data processing, while business users can use Tableau and the analytical capabilities of TimeScape EDM+ to make visual investigations of risk and trading opportunities.
The integration is in line with our strategy of adding tools for both data managers and business users to our TimeScape platform and follows the addition of native charting and heatmap capabilities, as well as integration with Microsoft’s Power BI and Aqumin’s AlphaVision visual landscapes.
TimeScape EDM+ wins FTF News Gold Standard Award for ‘Best Enterprise Data Management Solution’
The recognition of TimeScape EDM+ as a leading EDM solution marks the culmination of an intense period of product development which saw browser-based data cleansing, validation workflow and full audit capabilities added to TimeScape. Clients are using TimeScape EDM+ increasingly to manage regulatory compliance, secure in the knowledge that it can support any data requirement, any asset class and integrate analytics as part of an auditable data management process.
Register now for the A-Team’s Data Analytics webinar on 14th July 2015
Join Xenomorph’s CEO, Brian Sentance, as he joins the debate on how data is being managed and fed into analytics to improve risk management today. The webinar will explore the issues larger financial institutions are experiencing as they generate, normalize and orchestrate risk information across multiple lines of business, the success that can be achieved and the impact visualization tools and dashboards are having on risk analytics.
Listen to the webinar recording: Enterprise Data Management – The Next Generation
Brian Sentance recently participated in the A-Team webinar which explored the challenges and opportunities of emerging EDM solutions. Moderated by Sarah Underwood, the webinar focused on the technology options including cloud solutions, managed services and data utilities that can take enterprise data management (EDM) to the next level and covered issues caused by legacy systems, increasing regulation and the ongoing divide between business and IT.
If you missed the webinar, you can hear a full recording here.
Xenomorph in the News
The Scripture of Python: An Inside Look at the Use of Scripting Programming Languages on Wall Street
Waters Technology, 2 June 2015
Anthony Malakian explores the rise in the use of Python by capital markets firms and the benefits it brings. Read the full article which explores how firms are increasingly using Python to build their analytics and research platforms, to move large datasets and to rapidly deploy new tools.
Read the full article on the Waters website.
Data Trends of EDM
Wall Street Letter, April 2015
Brian Sentance explores the drivers behind the renaissance of Enterprise Data Management.
If you don’t have a CDO, get one fast
Money Management Executive, 19 March 2015
This article explores the need to employ a chief data officer in all financial services firms to manage the tidal wave of data-based regulations and reporting and to implement a concrete data strategy.
Read the full article on the Money Management Executive website.