Danel Capital Partners with Crux Informatics to Broaden Delivery of Stock Selection Predictive Dataset

NEW YORK, July 22, 2020Danel Capital, an AI-driven analytics company, announces a partnership with Crux Informatics (“Crux”) to offer the Danel AI Score S&P 500 predictive stock scoring dataset to customers around the world. It will be available via Crux’s cloud-based data delivery platform, which connects financial companies with leading data suppliers.

Danel Capital is an AI company that uses machine learning and big data to produce predictive datasets, with the goal of helping improve the stock selection process in the asset management industry. These datasets can enable asset managers to access predictive scores for every stock of the S&P 500 index, rating the probability of outperforming the market in 30, 60 and 90 market days.

Crux will make this data available to customers within the investment management industry, simplifying the delivery process and ensuring a seamless flow of data through different methods, from API to cloud warehouse applications.

“We are delighted to offer our AI-powered predictive stock scoring, allowing asset managers to easily access our dataset. It includes the Smart Score, a global score that takes into account all the available market data for a specific stock, as well as separate sub-scores by indicator type: fundamental, technical and sentiment, to adapt to different asset management styles,” said Tomás Diago, CEO of Danel Capital. “Our partnership with Crux enables us to offer our dataset on an easy-to-use platform, with the highest levels of service and security.”

“Until now, data suppliers have had to face alone the friction involved in delivering and operating data feeds for clients. Crux presents a reliable alternative to the old distribution methods for growing companies like Danel Capital to accelerate its business,” said Michael Rude, head of go-to-market at Crux Informatics. “With our data delivery and operations service, 24/7 oversight of the data, and our flexible, future-proof set of data delivery channels, we look forward to getting Danel’s scores data into their customers’ hands quickly and easily.”

The Danel AI Score S&P 500 predictive stock scoring dataset can be accessed in a number of data formats and delivery methods on the Crux platform.

About Danel Capital
Danel Capital is a European company, based in Barcelona, Spain, that uses Artificial Intelligence and Big Data to help improve asset management and stock selection decision-making. Founded in 2016 by award-winning technological entrepreneur Tomás Diago, Danel Capital develops stock analytics solutions for the asset management industry.

Visit www.danelcapital.com
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About Crux Informatics
Crux helps companies reliably get the data they need, how they need it and where they need it. Our data delivery and operations platform and managed service ensures that data flows seamlessly between data suppliers and data consumers. By working directly with suppliers and serving many consumers, Crux unlocks economies of scale that benefit the entire industry. We deliver data at a lower cost, via flexible delivery methods, and at a consistently high-level of service and security.

Visit www.cruxinformatics.com
Contact [email protected]

Crux on Data & Sustainability

     Efficient energy usage makes sustainability possible–but how do we address this need now for the future? For some time, renewable energy sources, such as biomass, wind and solar power have brought us closer to addressing our growing energy demand and carbon output. But with the digitization of many industries and the rise in data-driven business models, few are aware of the immense impact that technology and data processing have on our energy usage. This growth is unsustainable.  As technology leaders, we share a responsibility to understand and address our data carbon footprint. Ingraining sustainability into our practice and measuring our collective impact now is crucial to avoid the risk of future problems that can cause even greater harm.

     There is a significant energy cost associated with data, exacerbated by its exponentially growing demand and the vast amount of processing, storage, and replication happening across industries. Although storage costs per unit of data continue to come down, there are still unsustainable physical, economic, and energy costs. The carbon footprint of information and communications technology is currently measured to be 2% of global emissions, and expected to grow to 8% by 2030. With firms spending approximately 80% of their data resources in repetitive data processing, storage and management work, and only 20% on data science, we believe there’s ample opportunity to design and build better processes that avoid duplicative or inefficient data processes and enable more efficient data usage. 

     At Crux, we sit at the intersection of data and finance and see firsthand the need among firms to set their data infrastructure on a more sustainable path. In our analysis, it’s not a question of why sustainability is essential–it is simply something that needs to be done. Our community brings together data owners, data consumers, and technologists, all of whom share the energy usage of the broader data ecosystem. We embrace our role as connectors to provide a place for important conversations on sustainability to take place. By fostering this dialogue, we hope to find ways together to make the data supply chain and the use of ESG data more efficient.

     We invite our entire community to join over 25 of the leading experts and thought leaders in the sustainable technology and ESG investing sectors for 9 carefully crafted and impactful discussions on these and many other topics during our Data & Sustainability Summit on June 23rd and 24th. RSVP here.

Statement of support for racial equality and peaceful demonstration

Yesterday, on Blackout Tuesday, we listened to the overwhelming outpouring of grief, frustration and feelings of injustice.

Following the murder of George Floyd, the protests, and now the violence that is consuming many cities in the United States, we at Crux want to add our voice, unequivocally, to the rising tide of support for true racial equality and peaceful protest.

For too long both explicit and perniciously subtle forms of racism, and subsequent inequalities, have been allowed to endure. These underlying issues must be addressed and our society must change.  We hope for an immediate end to the violence and the destruction of property that distract attention from these urgent societal issues. And we more fervently hope for — and will do our part to work for — a more just society that treats every single member with equal respect, justice, and opportunity.

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Crux Informatics Expands Data Delivery Reach to AWS Data Exchange

Crux on AWS Data Exchange

NEW YORK, Nov. 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Crux Informatics (“Crux”), a leading data delivery and operations company, today announced it has joined the newly-launched AWS Data Exchange service from Amazon Web Services (AWS). AWS Data Exchange, is a service that makes it easy for millions of AWS customers to securely find, subscribe to, and use third-party data in the cloud. Availability on AWS Data Exchange further delivers on Crux’s mission to make reliable data from suppliers accessible for consumers around the globe.

Companies today are faced with the challenge of ingesting complex data from a wide variety of suppliers at scale, resulting in significant time and resource investments. As the industry utility that simplifies the data ingestion, operations, and delivery process, Crux ensures that data flows seamlessly between suppliers and financial companies, so they can focus their resources on extracting value from the data. Customers using AWS Data Exchange and the AWS Marketplace are now able to easily access validated data from Crux, and data suppliers can leverage Crux’s capabilities to distribute on AWS Data Exchange.

“Data suppliers and their customers across financial services have told us they want to work with Crux to connect and operate with data sets at scale so we are delighted to welcome Crux to AWS Data Exchange to feed data into customer’s applications, analytics, and machine learning models running on AWS,” said Samantha Gibson, Head of Financial Services Business Development, AWS Data Exchange, Amazon Web Services, Inc. “As our customers continue to move to the cloud, they’re looking for new ways to simplify how they find and consume data and we are excited to see the innovation made possible by having diverse, high-quality, and well-curated data from Crux available on AWS Data Exchange.”

“We are proud to collaborate with AWS to deliver reliable, timely and digestible data into their innovative AWS Data Exchange,” said Philip Brittan, CEO at Crux Informatics. “With availability in AWS Data Exchange, we’re taking another step forward in giving our clients the ability to find and access the data they need with the high degree of operational excellence they’ve come to expect from Crux.”

As of today, AWS Data Exchange customers can access Crux-delivered data directly. See here a selection of over 70 free datasets available on AWS Data Exchange. At the same time, data suppliers can now work with Crux to connect and deliver their data in AWS Data Exchange. Crux takes care of onboarding, validating and reliably operating your data feeds onto AWS Data Exchange, enabling you to accelerate distribution and scale operational efficiency. Connect with us to get your data delivered today.

Crux Informatics Receives A Strategic Investment from Citi


NEW YORKMarch 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Crux Informatics, a leading data engineering and information supply chain operator, announced a strategic investment from Citi. Citi’s investment, along with Goldman Sachs and other previously announced strategic investors, brings Crux’s total funds raised to $21 million.

Data engineering typically accounts for 70-80% of the total effort a firm spends on making use of data. Crux was built to alleviate the time-consuming burden of the non-differentiated data work companies must do before they can extract value from their data. From data supplier to data consumer, Crux connects market participants to on-demand, actionable data.

“The Crux value proposition as a data concierge service, coupled with its diverse community of datasets, solves an ever-increasing challenge within financial services,” said Bill Hartnett, Managing Director at Citi.

“Citi’s investment is another gratifying endorsement from a prominent leader in the financial services industry,” said Philip Brittan, CEO of Crux. “Crux helps companies reduce the effort and money spent acquiring, exploring and processing large amounts of data. Crux implements and operates the data processing pipelines that respond to customers’ unique requirements.”

About Crux Informatics
Crux was built to solve the pain of acquiring usable data faster by helping firms find, explore, and transform data with ease. Crux offers a Data Engineering Managed Service on its Informatics Platform to take on the burdensome and non-differentiating aspects of our customers’ information supply chains so they can focus on what really matters most: driving actionable insights for their businesses. At Crux, we make data delightful.