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Velocimetrics introduces VMX EndToEnd

First Published 18th April 2016

Velocimetrics, the provider of business flow tracking and performance analysis solutions, has launchedVMX EndToEnd. The platform will enable buy and sell-side firms, trading venues and technology providers to deploy functionality required to track and analyse in real-time what is happening across complete business processes with a single, integrated, solution. VMX EndToEnd has applicability across a whole range of use cases including: pricing, trading and payment processes.

Firms seeking to monitor and analyse the real-time performance of fast, complex or dynamic trading or payment processing environments often find they need to employ multiple vendor solutions to achieve the breadth and depth of coverage required. However, integrating various different solutions can prove complicated and generate unnecessary risks, costs and challenges on an on-going basis.

VMX EndToEnd introduces a new approach to how environments can be comprehensively tracked and analysed in real-time. VMX EndToEnd integrates data capture, with real-time correlation and alerting capabilities, network, market data, middleware and business level analytics, and detailed forensic analysis tools. The result: Users can detect, investigate and control issues at both a business and technical level. Emerging capacity, latency, operational risk, client experience and regulatory concerns can be highlighted using predictive analytics and actionable insights delivered.

Commenting on this announcement Velocimetrics' CEO, Steve Colwill stated: "This development marks a major milestone in Velocimetrics' evolution. For the first time, firms will be able to deploy a one-stop solution to the many tracking, regulatory and data quality management issues they face today and will experience in the future. The new platform enables customers to select the precise pieces of functionality they require, vary these by location and, if they wish, add modules over time. Firms can now address their tactical and strategic operational goals in a very cost-effective manner."