Automated Trading Software - Design and Integration in Business Intelligence Systems
Cristian Pauna ()
Database Systems Journal, 2018, vol. 9, issue 1, 22-28
After the introduction of the electronic execution systems in all main stock exchanges in the world, the role of the automated trading software in the business intelligence systems of any financial or investment company became significant. Designing of reliable trading software to build and send automated orders based on quantitative mathematical models applied in the historical and real-time price data is a challenge for nowadays. Algorithmic trading and high-frequency trading engines become today a relevant part of any trading system and their specific characteristics related with the fast execution trading process and capital management involves specific measures to be used. Smart integration of the trading software in the business intelligence systems is also a sensitive theme for any financial and investment activity, a plenty of functional, control and execution issues being subjects of researches for future improvements. This paper wants to gather together more particular aspects on this subject, based on the experience of last years, opening the way for future topics.
Keywords: automated trading software (ATS); business intelligence systems (BIS); business process management (BPM); algorithmic trading (AT); high-frequency trading (HFT) (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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