ALPIMA launches Notebooks 2.0 quant development module
ALPIMA, a B2B SaaS platform for investment management and product design, has launched ALPIMA Notebooks 2.0, an enhanced module that enables quant and development teams to build, develop and implement high-quality investment strategies – faster and better.
ALPIMA Notebooks 2.0 supports rapid prototyping, strategy design and custom indexing for a wide group of users across banks, index providers, asset managers, wealth managers and asset owners.
Initially available to a small group of enterprise clients, a broader roll-out is scheduled for January 2021.
“ALPIMA Notebooks 2.0 provides quant and development teams with a highly flexible environment to accelerate the design, evaluation and implementation of rules-based investment strategies,” says Pierre Mendelsohn, Founder and CEO of ALPIMA. “It is great to be able to provide clients with a single, secure, web-based interface where they can perform all development steps and securely keep their code, images, comments, formulae and plots together.
“This launch is another step in our mission to help our clients harness the power of technology to accelerate product design and bring R&D closer to the end-customer.”
ALPIMA serves leading financial firms, working in partnership to provide a technology platform which enables them to design, build, test, optimise and implement personalised, dynamic strategies in minutes rather than days or months.
ALPIMA Notebooks 2.0 is an easy to use, robust, and adaptive platform, designed to boost productivity. It is a fully-maintained Integrated Development Environment (IDE) on the cloud for data scientists and quantitative teams. Delivering the full power of programmable Notebooks, the platform allows clients to focus on value-added strategy design work, instead of the time-consuming task of having to manage a Notebook library. Clients have complete access, control, and visibility of each step required to build and deploy investment strategies - from developing, documenting, and executing code, to communicating and sharing the results, all the way to implementation.