“As a growing number of exchanges in the Asia Pacific region open up to higher velocity trading, more and more institutional and retail investors are anxious to take advantage of the increased liquidity, attractive spreads and relaxed regulations which is fueling the need for market data storage and analysis,” said Richard Chmiel, Senior Vice President, OneMarketData. “SBI Securities of Japan adopting OneTick is sure to be the first of many as we anticipate more and more firms in Asia will be looking for new ways to outsmart their competitors.”
Built from inception as an integrated system, OneTick uniquely enables users to write a single set of code for historical analysis and real-time signal generation. Users can apply OneTick analytics to queries that span historical and real-time data with a significantly lower total cost of ownership than similar systems. Users benefit from reduced costs connected with licensing, installing and managing disparate data management systems, which lack the ability to collect and analyze historical and real-time data.