Trade Order Management

    A TRADE ORDER MANAGEMENT SOLUTION THAT DOES IT ALL

    In the complicated realm of managing trading operations, investment firms often have bloated and legacy-based trade order management solutions that cause more challenges than wins because they have inefficient workflows and old tech that makes them overly reliant on external spreadsheets to counter system limitations. The key to overcoming the limitations of legacy trade order management software is implementing a fully modern SaaS-based solution that eliminates manual processes while optimizing efficiencies.

    OMS and EMS

    The INDATA iPM Portfolio Architect AI trade order management system delivers on these needs. It’s the industry’s first order and execution management (OMS/EMS) platform to leverage practical AI tools. Its capabilities include portfolio management, modeling, rebalancing, OMS compliance, OMS trading, and advanced reporting. It’s all powered by AI and machine learning, which further fuels efficiencies and automation.

    Support for All Users

    INDATA’s solution supports a variety of users — traders, portfolio managers, and compliance officers. With this trade order management solution, users gain at-a-glance overviews of data relevant to all buy-side trading activities. This connection bridges the gap between high-level portfolio overviews that portfolio managers require and the real-time, market-driven data that traders need as well as up to the second compliance standing for compliance officers

    Front-Middle-Back Office to Downstream System in Real-Time

    A combined solution streamlines the entire firm and ties in with downstream systems via open APIs. Integration with internal and third-party data is crucial for decision-making and efficiency. The system’s flexible, open architecture makes these links easy to integrate.

    This best-of-class approach streamlines trade order management, accelerating processes with speed and efficiency. State-of-the-art one-click functionality, look-throughs, and dashboards are fully customizable for each end user.

    KEY FEATURES OF INDATA TRADE ORDER MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE

    COMPLETE TRADE ORDER MANAGEMENT

    Choose from full Investment Book of Record (IBOR) or “flush-and-fill” methodologies for your trade order management system. By using a central platform, trading, compliance, and portfolio management becomes seamless.

    REAL-TIME COMPLIANCE

    Access comprehensive pre-trade, post-trade, and real-time compliance with complementary managed services, available whenever users need it.

    AI PORTFOLIO MODELING

    Power portfolio modeling, model portfolio maintenance, and attribution with AI investment software. Leveraging AI supports faster and more precise modeling and trade creation.

    ADVANCED TRADING

    Use advanced trading capabilities in one platform for full trade order management, integrating OMS and EMS from any provider. Combining OMS trading and EMS trading creates efficiencies.

    REGULATORY REPORTING

    Retrieve comprehensive, event-driven audit trails and regulatory reporting with ease. All the details are easy to pull with minimal clicks.

    FULLY INTEGRATED BI REPORTING

    Gain greater insights with fully integrated business intelligence reporting capabilities. With more accurate and timely reporting, organizations can make better data-driven decisions.

    MANAGED SERVICES

    Tap INDATA for managed services around trade order management solutions, including options for back office, custodial data, Compliance-as-a-Service, recon, IT services, and more.

    PRACTICAL AI TOOLS

    Let AI automate the complicated and multifaceted workflows within trade order management system architecture, reducing repetitive work and boosting productivity.

    EMPOWER TRADE ORDER MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS WITH AI

    Wealth reporting in investment managementINDATA’s Portfolio Architect AI Trade Order Management System has AI integrated throughout. Embracing the possibilities of AI helps firms run smarter and leaner. It encompasses many types of AI, including:

    • Natural language processing (NLP) to perform complex workflows quickly by reducing the number of clicks and keystrokes required in any given process.
    • Machine learning algorithms to analyze big data and identify patterns to support decision-making.

    These features differentiate INDATA’s trade order management software, allowing for a customizable experience. Firms can optimize their trade order management process to align with their unique investment strategies. Additionally, organizations can limit operational risk with intelligent workflows.

    The system also has a flexible architecture, which means it’s configurable to any workflow and designed to grow with any firm.

    Key Technology Benefits of INDATA’s Trade Order Management System

    digital polygonalThese are the crucial pieces of INDATA’s Tech stack that advance the technology architecture for trade order management:

    • Web-based applications that don’t require IT involvement, enable easy access, and don’t need constant software updates.
    • A true SaaS product that uses a software distribution model rooted in innovation, security, agility, and scalability.
    • Multiple hosting options: private cloud, public cloud, or on-premises deployments.
    • Includes big data analytics and in-memory computing resources.
    • Practical AI tools, including machine learning and NLP.
    • Open APIs (application programming interfaces) to connect platforms and data providers with a fintech approach
    • Open OMS/PMS.

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT TRADE ORDER MANAGEMENT

    An OMS focuses on front- and middle-office functions, helping investment firms manage portfolio holdings, orders, executions, and compliance activities related to trading in a centralized, efficient manner. Utilizes extensively on the buy-side and sell-side.

    Traders and sell-side brokers are the primary users of an EMS. The system enables traders and brokers to work efficiently within a fast-paced environment. An EMS is front-office focused, providing fast, reliable, and accurate access to trading venues and platforms. It can also encompass some portfolio management, trading, compliance, and operations workflows.

    The main difference between OMS vs. EMS is the user and purpose. OMS users focus on order creation, management, and compliance activities. EMS also has a compliance element, but those using it do so for trade execution and optimization of these associated tasks.

    Another difference is the view of its users. An OMS provides a high-level view of a portfolio with order generation happening. The OMS follows the instruction of users to reduce the percentage of an asset with potential exposure. An EMS offers real-time access for traders to then act on the information.

    These two platforms have synergies. When combined, firms have all the functionality needed for complete trade order management. They should easily integrate because they work in tangent. An OMS feeds orders to the EMS to trade, and the EMS updates the OMS with the execution details for accurate order tracking and reporting.

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