The loader, which was released earlier this month, can also be used to integrate other datasets from within S&P, and will in future be extended to allow clients to add data from proprietary and other sources, says Michael Ogden, director of IT at S&P Compustat and one of the managers of the team. The vendor will also build an API for clients to perform integration themselves, should they wish.
Ogden says many clients-including institutional investors, quantitative analysts and hedge funds-pre
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