Lab49 and The Yield Book, a subsidiary of Citi, are collaborating on Yield Book Q, a new solution that they claim is the next generation fixed-income analytics platform.
The Yield Book has partnered with Lab49 to undertake a fundamental redesign of its web-based product. The new redesign allows users to access best-in-class fixed-income analytics and data through a web interface, according to a press statement.
A beta launch of Yield Book Q is expected this year but no date or quarter was mentioned in the press statement.
We were very excited to have the opportunity to partner with The Yield Book on the next generation of a product which is so highly valued in the industry. The Yield Book plays a central role in the workflows of many industry participants, so to have the opportunity to apply design thinking and technological innovation to enhance and streamline the product was very gratifying, said Lab49 CEO Luke Flemmer.
Lab49 shared our vision to improve client workflows whilst preserving the core functionality and flexibility of our flagship product. Initial feedback from clients has been very positive, which is a true measure of success of the collaboration, said managing director and global head of The Yield Book and Citi Fixed Income Indices, Richard Burns.