The firm selected Panopticon data visualization tools to be part of its integrated Forex trading system.
Stockholm, Sweden, March 7, 2012 – Panopticon Software, the leading provider of visual data analysis software for real-time, CEP and historical time series data, today announced that Omaha Foreign Exchange (OFX) is implementing Panopticon’s CEP-enabled Treemaps, Heatmaps and other data visualizations in its proprietary trading systems.
OFX’s is one of a very few currency trading managers with 100% scientific and automated market analysis and trade solutions.
Jason Coyle, Vice President of Information for Omaha Foreign Exchange, stated, "By integrating the heatmapping tools from Panopticon, we believe our ability to analyze data and risks in real time will be enhanced to new levels and our culture will continue to reward our worldwide clients and amaze our stakeholders in today's highly unpredictable markets".
Chris Elsmore, Senior Vice President of Panopticon Software, said, "OFX has built out a very impressive technical facility that supports an excellent trading team. Their systems combine fundamental and quantitative analysis in unique ways that give their traders the in-depth understanding of market dynamics they need to stay ahead."
About Omaha Foreign Exchange (OFX)
Omaha Foreign Exchange Corporation is a non-traditional investment management company in its reliance on primary research and dedication to mathematical and statistical methods. Our core position embraces a buy and hold investment strategy. Our commitment to our core positions stems from rigorous research intended to identify the most powerful trends. This process gives us the perspective and conviction to realize the full potential of our holdings as their values compound. We value intellectual curiosity and honesty, expansive thinking and constant re-evaluation. Omaha Foreign Exchange Corporation's objective is to provide superior return on invested capital over a twelve-month period by leveraging sophisticated mathematical, statistical, and quantitative finance models combined with a portfolio of trading strategies, including arbitrage, counter-trend, momentum, pattern recognition, seasonal/cyclical, and technical, along with sophisticated risk and capital management strategies. Given the fast-moving nature of the FX market, the firm recognized the necessity of adding visual analysis to its systems in order to spot trends, identify outliers and find hidden patterns quickly. In addition, the firm required a data visualization system capable of directly accepting real-time data streams for CEP engines, tick databases and other sources. www.OmahaForeignExchange.com