Sakonnet has adopted a best of breed model under which market-leading specialist applications are integrated into Xenon. This enables Sakonnet to focus on core strengths in trade capture, trade processing and risk management, while delivering to clients the deep and evolving expertise of our partners in related fields.
AT&T (www.att.com) provides secure server hosting and network services for clients who access Xenon remotely. AT&T combines advanced infrastructure investments, rigorous security, excellent services and global reach to lead the market in hosting mission-critical enterprise applications.
Centigrade (www.centigrade.de) provides innovative user interface design and related development services for Java-based rich client technology.
Financial Engineering Associates, Inc. (www.fea.com) is a division of MSCI Barra. FEA develops software for the pricing and risk management of derivatives and securities. More than 500 trading houses, auditors, energy firms and utilities use its software products. FEA’s energy option analytics and Value at Risk (VaR) suite are integrated into Xenon.
Oracle Corporation (www.oracle.com) is a world-leading multinational computer technology corporation that specializes in developing and marketing computer hardware systems and enterprise software products – particularly database management systems. The company also builds tools for middle-tier software, enterprise resource planning software (ERP), customer relationship management software (CRM) and supply chain management (SCM) software.
Red Hat, Inc. (www.redhat.com) is an S&P 500 company in the free and open source software sector, and is the provider of JBoss middleware. Red Hat provides operating-system platforms along with middleware, applications, and management products, as well as support, training, and consulting services. Red Hat creates, maintains, and contributes to many free software projects and has also acquired several proprietary software packages and released their source code under mostly GNU GPL while holding copyright under single commercial entity and selling user licenses. As of February 2009, Red Hat was the largest corporate contributor to the Linux kernel.