Big Data Solutions

Coping with Big Data: CSTA 2018 Recap This past August, at the 2018 annual Canadian Traders Securities Association, TickSmith was invited to speak with industry titans on the importance of using big data technologies as financial firms accumulate more and more data. The panel was moderated by Patrick Mcentyre, Managing Director, Electronic Trading & Services at National Bank Financial. The panelists include: …

3 Major Data Problems Capital Markets Face Read More »

We’ve all heard it. It’s the age old ‘build vs. buy’ software debate. You (assuming you are a financial institution or a market maker) have a great challenge of deciding whether you should save money with a ready-to-go solution or invest in a costly and time-consuming yet customizable option. You find off-the-shelf software solutions ideal …

Build vs. Buy: When it becomes obvious Read More »

TickSmith, a leader in Big Data applications for the Capital Markets and financial services, today announced the launch of a new TickVault module. “Marketplace Advanced Insights” is designed to help market participants better understand how they are performing, how their peers are behaving, and how they can adjust their strategies.

By Bogdan Istrate Big Data: everyone talks about it, but few know how to leverage it for a competitive advantage. At TickSmith, we live and breathe Big Data, and we know that easy access to the wealth of data created every day is every bit as important as the processing done on it. That’s why …

How to get started with TickVault’s Python API Read More »

Montreal, December 20, 2016 – TickSmith’s TickVault Platform is now compatible with Thomson Reuters Tick History, providing the buy side community an in-house solution to manage this data in its entirety through one single interface. To demonstrate the platform compatibility, TickSmith has launched a demonstration portal at https://trdata.tickvault.com. This demonstration site allows users to demo the …

TickVault Financial Big Data Management Platform Compatible with Thomson Reuters Tick History Read More »

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