The development of our Web Services architecture enables DTS to supply our historical data and analytics directly to users via the web without the need to install any software. This service is targeted at a wide range of potential users that include traders, quants, risk managers, middle and back office, hedge funds and many others as it enables our users to incorporate our well regarded Horizon data in their own applications and analysis programs.
There is no need to install software. With our pricing models you can choose which aspects of DTS’s data resources you want to incorporate into your own solutions.
Using Web Services it is already extremely easy to integrate our data into you own applications but we are also working on even easier ways to help users integrate our data into any of the following software solutions:
We also provide a software development service where we can use our web services to create bespoke applications for our customers. We are able to tailor any application that can benefit from the extensive range of our Horizon database.
A few of the benefits of using web services in this way are:
(1) you do not need to install any new software to access the Web Services, and
(2) you can pick-and-choose the data and components you need because of the granularity DTS provides in the Services.
In providing this solution to end users we provide documentation to allow the end user to know the extent of the data and functionality that can be accessed. In design for future development is a user interface that automatically presents the end user with all the available options in a simple to use interface that can also be configured to show other data options available from other data vendors.
To see a full summary of the data that is available via our Web Services visit the Horizon Database page which will take you to summary tables of all the Horizon historical data that can be accessed.
Our Web Services have been designed with a full administration setup that provides the infrastructure to package the Web Services data in a wide variety of ways, from use by an single individual to full corporate wide deals.