Oracle's Cloud Marketplace Accommodates Xignite Forex Data
FREMONT, CA: Xignite, a global provider of cloud based financial market data solutions has announced the availability of its Xignite Global Currencies API in the Oracle Cloud Marketplace. These APIs are used by thousands of companies around the globe and covers over 29,000 historical and real-time currency pairs from more than 170 countries. The software can be employed with Oracle ERP Cloud to automatically update currency rates, thus offering a reliable and precise financial reporting conforming to currency differences at local level.
Xignite’s Forex data APIs relive users form laborious activities such as calculating daily exchange rates manually and creating Excel formulas. These APIs and are hosted in the cloud and are accessible via simple codes. They can be integrated into web, mobile or corporate apps with XML, JSON, CSV formats. Oracle cloud is one of the broadest public clouds delivering enterprise-grade services such as Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Data as a Service (DaaS). The Oracle Cloud features an intuitive user interface to browse for applications and services together with the user ratings and reviews. This helps customers decide the best suited solution for their organization.
“Xignite currency data is trusted day in and day out by leading companies to power currency converters, mobile apps and enterprise systems," says Stephane Dubois, Xignite CEO and Founder. As per Dubois Xignite’s involvement in the Oracle Cloud Marketplace will not only extend Oracle’s commitment to the community but will also leverage the power of Oracle Cloud to achieve business goals. The newly automated installation features help customers install third party applications from a centralized cloud interface.
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