SteelEye, the compliance technology and data analytics firm, has announced the release of its new Insights solution for enhanced analytics.
Insights transforms how firms interact with and use their financial and regulatory information by allowing them to easily bring together data, build insightful visualisations and export any report for continued analysis.
SteelEye was formed to help firms realise the benefits that can be gained from the regulatory requirement for record keeping. Over the past two years, SteelEye has helped clients bring together and store a vast amount of data for effortless compliance with MiFID II, MAR, EMIR, Dodd-Frank and other global regulations. With Insights, clients can now fully leverage this data to better understand their trading and performance.
Insights sits on top of SteelEye’s API and software development kit and is fully integrated with the entirety of the SteelEye platform. Breaking down the API into an accessible and visual user interface makes it easier for firms to use their data and bridge the gap between technology teams and the rest of the business.
Clients can leverage the drag-and-drop report builder to easily run analyses for management information. The ability to instantly bring together data rather than sourcing it from multiple platforms and systems represents a considerable timesaving and opportunity to gain enhanced business insight.
“Whether firms are looking for a quick answer, carrying out regular reporting or sharing information with their business, SteelEye’s Insights gives them the power to ask better questions and get better answers from data,” says Matt Storey, Chief Product Officer at SteelEye.
“This is an exciting product launch for SteelEye and builds on our existing analytics capabilities as we continue on our mission of giving firms value back from their compliance,” says Matt Smith, CEO of SteelEye.
Designed to help firms Comply Smarter™ by managing their compliance holistically, SteelEye offers solutions for record keeping, trade reconstruction, MiFID II and EMIR transaction reporting, trade and communications surveillance and best execution.