AquaQ Analytics and Datawatch Expand Partnership

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Datawatch Corporation today announced an enhanced partnership with AquaQ Analytics, which will deliver advanced trading analytics and consulting services to leading banks, brokers and fund managers. Joint customers will now benefit from Datawatch Panopticon with kdb+™, as well as the availability of consulting resources in New York and London to support firms making tick databases the center of their trading data warehouse, and central to their MiFID- and MiFIR-based reporting and analytics.

Ronan Pairceir, CEO of AquaQ Analytics, said: “Together, Panopticon and AquaQ Analytics are providing customers with the HTML5 analytics technology and expertise required to discover trading anomalies in real-time and investigate order executions for faster and more informed decision-making.  We are honored to be able to assist Datawatch in expanding the reach of its industry-leading and proven Panopticon visualization software.”

Peter Simpson, Vice President of Visualization Strategy,  Datawatch, said: “Quant teams have used tick databases for years, but making this trading intelligence available to all of sales trading requires deep expertise in optimizing whole environments.  AquaQ Analytics helps with this endeavor, and it is the only services firm we trust to consult with our customers.”

Read the full press release here.

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