TradeCube already powers the next generation of cloud SaaS E/CTRM business analytics with its Cube Analytics platform.
E/CTRM implementation has traditionally been a complex exercise, often requiring man-years of effort, and at great expense. TradeCube breaks through this barrier by providing a simple and straightforward route to getting started with the platform.
TradeCube’s E/CTRM system ensures seamless transfer of trading and related data to provide a fully integrated SaaS platform. This provides a reliable and effective solution for traders and organisations seeking to manage their trading operations with enhanced efficiency and accuracy.
Commodity Trading requires reliable operations. That’s why CTRM Cubed incorporated high availability, scalability and redundancy at the heart of the TradeCube SaaS E/CTRM platform.
TradeCube, the cloud ETRM platform from CTRM Cubed, now extends into Document Management, providing a one-stop shop for Energy Trading, Risk Management, Data Analytics and Document Management.
We are pleased to announce that Document Hub has now been successfully integrated into our TradeCube system, further enhancing our platforms capabilities.
CTRM Cubed and Enegen Power Systems continue to extend their CTRM ecosystem partnership with a brand-new integration component to support new and existing customers.
Spreadsheets are an invaluable tool for any business. The ability to systemise a business process quickly and easily with standard desktop software is empowering.
Trading markets continue to evolve, and for most organisations, this means more active high-frequency trading. Within energy, this is driven by a move both towards algo trading, plus increased trading around assets.
Trading organisations are increasingly using data science as a discipline to optimise and analyse the wealth of data available from CTRM platforms and elsewhere.
Traditionally, CTRM vendors have provided both standardised and customised reports as a primary data output from the system. The outputs were typically quite rigid and designed for an age where printed paper was the target medium.