Comprehensive streaming processing and visualization of real-time operational, trading, and market data
Delays in decision-making are costly in real-time businesses like electronic trading of equities, fixed income, FX, futures, or commodities, as well as other time-critical industries like telecommunications, energy, manufacturing, and logistics.
Waiting for end-of-day reports means you’re likely to miss profitable opportunities, or fail to respond to threats to regulatory compliance or profitability until it’s much too late.
Panopticon lets business users — the people closest to the action — build, modify, and deploy sophisticated streaming analytics and data visualization applications using a fully drag-and-drop interface. They can connect to virtually any data source, including real-time streaming feeds and time series databases, develop complex stream processing programs, and design visual user interfaces that give them the perspectives they need to make insightful, fully-informed decisions based on massive amounts of fast-changing data.
It’s no wonder that seven of the world’s top ten banks use Panopticon to monitor and analyze real-time trading and market data.
Tom Sawyer Perspectives is a low-code graph and data visualization and analysis development platform with an integrated design and preview interface with extensive API libraries.
Altair Panopticon is ranked 28th in Data Visualization while Tom Sawyer Software Perspectives is ranked 58th in Data Visualization. Altair Panopticon is rated 0.0, while Tom Sawyer Software Perspectives is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Altair Panopticon is most compared with Tableau, ELK Kibana and Qlik Sense, whereas Tom Sawyer Software Perspectives is most compared with .
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