Just before Thanksgiving, the Chicago Board Options Exchange agreed to a multi-user license to use Aqumin's three-dimensional AlphaVision Enterprise Intelligence technology for a variety of data management and evaluation activities, Aqumin, a Houston-based financial services company, announced.

The move enhances, but does not replace, the sophisticated data management systems already in place at CBOE. But it is the first exchange client win for Aqumin, a two-year-old firm that specializes in turning large amounts of complex financial data into a clear visual picture. AlphaVision, in particular, allows investors to transform large streams of data into three-dimensional landscapes. This lets them easily identify peaks and valleys of interest and drill into them, quickly.

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