Eze Software, a provider of investment technology for traders, asset managers, and other financial professionals, today announced the integration of OTAS’ real-time data analytics and market intelligence into its execution workflows.
The flexible integration ensures all current and future OTAS Apps will be available to Eze’s RealTick execution management system (EMS), which provides execution management workflow and trade performance capabilities, according to a company statement.
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OTAS is a specialist provider of market analytics and trader intelligence, empowering traders and portfolio managers with a complete view of the market. It provides customizable alerts based on users specific needs, such as short interest, insider transactions, options and CDS. OTAS Microstructure also allows for a wide functionality of market events and market-based movements via its analytics capabilities – both OTAS Core Summary and OTAS Microstructure will now be granted to RealTick users.
Robert Keller, Product Management and Development at Eze Software Group, commented: “We’re excited to be bringing the latest innovations in the world of trade analytics from OTAS to our clients. Today, traders are monitoring enormous amounts of information, and need a way to filter out the noise and home in on market and order conditions that require immediate attention or may materially impact trading decisions. As highlighted by the extent of the forthcoming MiFID II regulations in 2018, these capabilities, combined with the advanced order execution of Eze EMS, are critical tools in today’s quest for best execution.”
Tom Doris, CEO of OTAS Technologies, added: “At OTAS we are committed to giving investment professionals the competitive advantage needed to enhance their performance, allowing them to be active by exception. With our intelligence and real-time alerts, users can pursue the best transactions and returns while ensuring regulatory obligations such as MiFID II are met.”