Beeks is excited to become a member of the STAC Benchmark Council™. The council has two missions: to develop and promote the use of standard technology benchmarks for workloads strategically important to financial organisations; and to facilitate substantive dialog about important engineering challenges and emerging solutions for them.
The STAC Benchmark Council conducts regular STAC Summits to discuss the latest technical solutions for the business challenges facing financial firms. The next Global STAC Live Summit is taking place virtually on 18th – 19th May 2021. Head of Product Management at Beeks, Matt Cretney, will present at this year’s event in the Innovation Roundup on the topic of “Trading Analytics and Infrastructure: Blue Sky between the Clouds?”
“Beeks is committed to bringing the agility, transparency and global reach of the cloud to financial markets, without requiring a sacrifice of latency, security or visibility”, said Matt. “We’re excited to support the efforts of STAC to bring more transparency and rigour to the challenges that financial firms face in these areas.”
Visit stacresearch.com/spring2021 to register for Matt’s talk.
About Matt Cretney, Head of Product Development at Beeks
Matt is an experienced technologist with two decades of working in FinTech, infrastructure and network analytics, with a significant number of those years spent with Reuters/Refinitiv. At Thomson Reuters, Matt was the technical product lead for Refinitiv’s SaaS multi-tenant, white-labelled FX eTrading capability and oversaw the development of Refinitiv’s FX Spot and Forwards Matching services. At Beeks, Matt heads up product management where the focus is on bringing cloud agility to the financial markets, and improving business visibility of their underlying infrastructure performance.
STAC is a company that coordinates a community called the STAC Benchmark Council. The council is comprised of over 350 financial institutions and more than 50 vendor organisations including the largest global banks, brokerage houses, exchanges, asset managers, hedge funds, proprietary trading shops, and other financial market participants. Vendor firms include innovative providers of hardware, software, and cloud services.