Velocimetrics, a provider of real-time business flow performance monitoring and analytics solutions, announced today that it is introducing a new secure browser-based interface for VMX EndToEnd. This will allow firms that adopt the solution to provide direct access to VMX EndToEnd’s new web-based analytics to an unlimited number of users, without incurring additional deployment costs or effort.
With the new interface, clients will be able to retrieve VMX EndToEnd’s rich analytics from anywhere via a laptop, desktop or mobile device by which buy and sell-side firms, trading venues and technology providers can offer end-users access without the need to physically install the application on each device.
In addition, as the data available via the web-based interface will be pre-configured, users with minimal training will be able to attain the exact information they require with ease.
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Commenting on the announcement, Velocimetrics’ Head of Engineering, Steve Rodgers, said: “Eliminating dependency on the VMX EndToEnd rich client desktop application will enable firms to significantly extend the value they derive from their investment in this solution – delivering insight to a considerably wider base of users.”
Velocimetrics launched VMX EndToEnd in April 2016, offering the entire spectrum of advanced functionality required to track and analyse in real-time exactly what is happening across complete pricing, trading and payment processes with a single, integrated solution. It enables users to immediately detect, investigate and effectively control emerging capacity, latency, operational risk, client experience and regulatory concerns through the use of predictive analytics and powerful, actionable insights.
Instant Access To Insights
Augmenting the VMX EndToEnd application will enable all team members involved in an incident’s management to immediately access the relevant, technical, business and client-facing insight they individually require to effectively manage and control an issue’s impact.
Finance Magnates last reported on Velocimetrics earlier in the year after the company appointed industry veteran Kevin Covington to its group’s senior leadership team to assist the company with its plans to accelerate its investment in its product offering across trading, market data, and payment processing realms.