GlobalView, a provider of energy data management solutions, announced the launch of MarketView Desktop 5.4, the latest version of its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS (News - Alert))-based, real-time streaming and historical energy market data management system.
The MarketView Desktop 5.4 has new tools that organizations depend on to analyze the energy market and take informed decisions.
The major enhancements in MarketView Desktop 5.4 include new charting features that enable to display Time Series Average, Quarterly and Yearly Average Aggregation, and Contract Monthly Average for continuous charts.
The Version 5.4 also includes new tab functionality on all windows for multiple window viewing, ability to search full news body by keyword and the ability to link quote windows with multiple instruments to charts, according to company officials.
Additionally, MarketView Desktop 5.4 has the ability to do studies on studies, and an optional Heat Map mode in quote pages to color rows or text based on instrument net change for the day, according to company officials.
The MarketView solutions suite enables the customers for viewing their own customized workspace through any Web browser regardless of their location. The solution provides instant access to the most comprehensive real-time and historical energy data, proprietary data, Dow Jones news, advanced charting and analytical tools.
With MarketView users can also export data into Excel, view pricing information on their mobile device, and deliver market price data to their back office systems including ETRMs, confirmation, invoicing, and EDP systems, company officials said.
This fully hosted, SaaS-based application helps customers manage support costs by eliminating additional requirements for on-site technology infrastructure.
Prior to this release, in 2010 April, GlobalView released MarketView 5.1 by adding a number of features including the Ichimoku Kinko Hyo (Cloud) charting system. This system is used extensively in Asian trading rooms and has been used to trade currencies, commodities, futures, and stocks, said company officials.Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Janice McDuffee