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Eze Software integrates OTAS Analytics to help traders with best execution

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Eze Software Group has partnered with OTAS Technologies to integrate OTAS’ real-time data analytics and market intelligence into its execution workflows.

OTAS specialises in activity analysis, using artificial intelligence and big data techniques to translate unusual market movements into actionable real-time alerts and signals.
 
Complementing the existing in-trade analytics native to the Eze EMS (RealTick), the partnership positions Eze Investment Suite to deliver the latest in pre- and in-trade analysis to help buy-side traders achieve best execution.
 
The integration embeds OTAS’ latest capabilities directly into the Eze EMS, allowing traders to monitor their entire order blotter and watchlist using OTAS’ apps and features such as the pre-trade TCA “Schedule” app, Intraday Screener and dark/off-book volume alerts.
 
By combining OTAS analytics with the advanced trading capabilities and deep access to liquidity of Eze EMS, traders can react to market abnormalities instantly using a wide range of advanced execution tools.
 
The OTAS integration is part of continued investment into the EMS, which recently saw advancements such as enhanced crossing and deeper integration with Eze OMS.
 
“We’re excited to be bringing the latest innovations in the world of trade analytics from OTAS to our clients,” says Robert Keller (pictured), executive managing director, product management and development at Eze Software Group. “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.”
 
“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,” says Tom Doris, CEO of OTAS Technologies. “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to bring our advanced market analytics to Eze’s client base and look forward to further developing this strategic partnership.”

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