SuperDerivatives, a world leader in all asset classed real time market data, analytics and derivatives technology including front office platform, portfolio revaluation and trade execution announces today that the number of registered users of its real time market data, news, analysis and chat platform DGX exceeded 23,000 registered after just one month from the release of the platform.
DGX is a cloud-based platform with the widest coverage of cash and derivatives products in all asset classes with rich historical databases for charts and analysis.
It contains over 800,000 bonds (sovereigns, agencies and supra-nationals, corporates, euro bonds, MBS, ABS), 50,000 stocks, indices and EFTs, 4,000 CDS curves, 500 energy products (power and gas, oil, oil products, emission), all metals, 250 agriculture products, wet and dry freight, all interest rates (all yield curves including OIS, implied correlations, basis spreads, inflation, BMA) and both major and emerging market currencies.
DGX is the most user friendly, intuitive and self-explanatory web based terminal with a modern design featuring advanced capabilities and user interface.
It is entirely free- text based driven by a very powerful search engine and has advanced new chat facilities including video and multi-party chat, news feed and commentaries from multiple sources, twitter feed, live business television channels; all fully supported on iPads and other tablets.
The DGX app store includes third party content and applications available on DGX from more than 200 third party providers.
David Gershon, SuperDerivatives CEO: "The reception of DGX in the market has been beyond our expectations. It clearly proves that there is a great need in such a product and our massive investment in producing such a cutting edge and revolutionary product is paying off.
"Controlling cost and return on investment for market data are real issues for institutions in this environment. They are no longer happy to just put up with paying over the odds for traditional proprietary or installed market data systems needing expensive technology upgrades and maintenance."