Data is considered the oil of the 21st century, undoubtedly due to the value of the insight associated with it. If that is true, then the data processors are modern-day refineries taking a crude product and turning it into a valuable asset. Unlike oil, which is a limited resource, data is limitless and ever-expanding. Being able to process massive amounts of data requires incredible amounts of computing power and the programming prowess to make sense of it all.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a wide-ranging branch of computer science concerned with building smart machines capable of performing tasks that typically require human intelligence. AI is an interdisciplinary science with multiple approaches, but advancements in Machine Learning (ML) and deep learning are creating a paradigm shift in virtually every industry. 

Imandra is the world-leader in cloud-scale automated reasoning, the Imandra automated reasoning engine is built on recent advances in AI. It provides a scalable solution for extracting actionable intelligence from data produced by the most complex trading systems. Imandra’s partnership with Itiviti is leveraging this technology to change how financial firms connect, test and certify their systems. Trends are showing firms are becoming much more open (if not demanding) to be able to easily switch technology partners more frequently as their business models evolve.  

"Efficient and rigorous monitoring, auditing, client onboarding and certification require a thorough analysis of data... Machine Learning is the go-to tool for this job."

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George Rosenberger

Head of Managed FIX Services, Itiviti

George is Head of Product Strategy- Client Connectivity and Data Analytics at Itiviti. Prior to working at Itiviti, George worked as a Managing Director at Convergex, an Agency Broker Dealer, where he was responsible for the Trading Services Division which included Global Trade Support, Global Connectivity, Vendor/Exchange/Broker Relations as well as the CONNEX Managed Services business, which he founded while there. George holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Towson University.

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