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NASDAQ OMX Launches MiQ, a New Business Intelligence Product for Global Capital Market Operators

20/05/2014 by

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The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc. NDAQ, the world’s leading provider of market technology, today announced the launch of a new business intelligence solution for capital market operators around the globe, MiQ.

MiQ provides exchanges, clearinghouses, central security depositories (CSDs), and other financial market operators a centralised data management solution tailor-made for supporting the trade life-cycle, reducing the challenges associated with data volumes, processing, storing and retrieval, and speed of extraction. In its first version, developed in partnership with Datawatch DWCH, a leading global provider of visual data discovery software, MiQ allows organizations to better visualise cross-system data dynamically as their markets evolve to gain true value and real-time insight.

“The launch of MiQ will significantly improve how market operators effectively and strategically manage and analyse their data,” said Lars Ottersgård, Senior Vice President, Market Technology, NASDAQ OMX. “Enabling organisations to be more informed through better data intelligence taken across the entire trade life cycle will help drive liquidity and market share, grow revenues, enhance client services and stay ahead of competition. We are proud to bring this offering to the marketplace.”

Key benefits of MiQ include:

  • Derive new value from data, faster: Batch-driven and historical updates frequencies have been surpassed by real-time needs. When multiple sources are joined together in one context then real new insights can be derived. MiQ enables the real-time analysis that is critical to analyzing metrics affecting performance, uncovering new information to dynamically act upon.

This article has been extracted from http://www.marketwatch.com, please click on this link to read the article in full http://www.marketwatch.com/story/nasdaq-omx-launches-miq-a-new-business-intelligence-product-for-global-capital-market-operators-2014-05-20

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