In Syndera’s Operational Intelligence Suite 2.4, released in June 2006, the company has enhanced the event-processing technology used in its applications for financial services companies. New in-memory processing and disk performance upgrades will allow capital market organizations to monitor more events and adjust trading strategies faster in response to changes in market conditions. Aiming to improve user satisfaction, Syndera also has made the suite easier to use through enhancements such as accepting log-on credentials from other applications and the ability to set thresholds for when one business day should roll over to the next. Ventana Research recommends that financial services organizations seeking to improve processes such as electronic trading, risk management, fraud detection and underwriting evaluate Syndera’s applications.
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