Automated Trading Engine
TIGER is glad to introduce the most innovative task based software development service. Many years of solving software development challenges gave us an idea to bring task based software development service into practice.
The unique features of our products are
- Cost effective time-delivery deployment
- Ultimate flexibility and customization
- Broad Integration capabilities
Execution Management System
The ATE is an invaluable tool for the buy-side trader and funds, who wants to take control of an order. ATE provides possibility to trade complex strategies over multiple asset classes with several different brokers in markets all over the world, TIGER automated trading engine is a perfect solution that enables to trade unlimited number of strategies. TIGER’s automated trading systems are built for speed, system processes massive amounts of data generated by algorithms in today’s fragmented marketplace.
Recognizing the need for an entirely new generation of trading technology to meet the demand for an ultra-fast, multi-broker trading system, TIGER assembled trading systems development team and the financial resources to develop TIGER ATE. A functionality-rich high frequency trading platform engineered from the ground up to address market requirements. Design and architecture have centered on providing the extremely high-speed performance, reliability, flexibility and scalability demanded by today’s traders.
- TIGER ATE is a server-based development and trading platform for deploying custom automated trading strategies. It is used by market makers, high frequency traders and volatility traders at proprietary trading firms, hedge funds and investment banks.
- It is designed for co-location to achieve lowest latency when needed.
- The flexibility of the rich Java trading API allows customers to implement complex strategies without sacrificing speed. By automating more of the trading, customers are able to grow their business and deploy more advanced trading strategies.
- Typically comprised of four key components — a trading blotter, connectivity, multiple execution destinations, and real-time market data.