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July 2009

Friday, July 31, 2009

Did You Know?

Posted by Dan Hubscher

What a busy summer!  Here is a brief update on what’s happening with Apama in Capital Markets lately.

In the News

High frequency trading is in the news.  Can you handle THIS perfect storm?

Events

In Chicago with CQG on August 6th:  Join us HERE to see a live demonstration of the integration of CQG’s trade routing and technical analysis tools with Progress Apama’s market-leading platform for algorithmic trading.

In Brazil with Thomson Reuters in August:  Join us in São Paulo on August 11 and in Rio de Janeiro on August 13 for lively discussions on quantitative trading.  (Need a translation from Portuguese?  Try Google Translate – Sao Paulo/Rio de Janeiro)

Awards

1 MONTH LEFT TO VOTE!  You have the chance to decide what you consider to be the best systems in the Banking Technology Readers' Choice Awards 2009. 

Apama wins Best Algorithmic Trading Platform from Profit & Loss Magazine’s 2009 Digital Markets Awards for second consecutive year (Press Release, Blog).

Connectivity Update

Did you know that Apama is certified to connect seamlessly with the Lime Trading System?

Webinars

Replay recent Capital Markets webinars from Apama:

Some are calling current market conditions "a perfect storm," but should you lower your sails and wait for calmer conditions? There are other choices available to you – and smart firms are finding ways to leverage those choices. 

Until next time, keep trading!

-Dan

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Taking Progress to Mongolia

Posted by Laurence Eckford

Progress Apama is going to Mongolia! Laurence Eckford, part of the Apama pre-sales team, is taking a completely unsuitable 998cc car on the epic Mongol Rally '09 from London to the steppes of Mongolia along with his adventuring partners, Johanna Johlinius and Bradley Moore.


Today Saturday the 18th July is the start from the Goodwood Motor Circuit of a 4 week, 9000 miles trip which will take in Europe, Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan and hopefully Mongolia.

Look out for stories of our adventures on the way, and pictures of the Progress Apama branded car taken to new places!

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The Beast  ^ , our 998cc Suzuki Swift, equiped with a couple spare tyres and at least one spanner!