Real-time, global data updates have become a critical business requirement for financial-services firms. Overnight or hourly batch jobs can cause erroneous results and missed opportunities. New regulatory requirements dictate real-time reporting of liquidity; traders want access to real-time market and risk positions; and the time windows for relevancy of cross-selling and marketing opportunities are getting shorter. To deal with these issues and new requirements, firms need to be able to react quickly to changes in data. Quick reactions require near-instant access to data, risk analysis and deeper computational analysis for effective decision making.
View this webcast to learn how to achieve real-time awareness by:
Managing ever-increasing data volumes and transaction rates
Supporting a single, consistent view of a global business while running on regionally provisioned hardware
Integrating various client systems as active subscribers to different slices of rapidly changing data
Overcoming the scale and latency issues associated with traditional relational database management system (RDBMS) models
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