Sapient Global Markets, a division of Sapient, is a leading provider of business and technology services to the capital and commodity markets. We are a trusted partner to investment banks, regulators, governments, energy and commodities firms, exchanges and investment managers and uniquely understand their entire environment. We can support their needs from strategy through to requirements analysis, implementation and assurance and have executed in all major technology environments and across all asset classes. Our unique model for delivery is based on proven experience, making us the go-to-partner for firms looking to manage complexity and achieve organizational goals in the face of changing market requirements.
Our clients in the commodity and energy sector are focused on growing demand, increased competition, regulatory change and price volatility. We work with market leading utilities, integrated oil and gas companies, and the commodity trading desks at investment banks, hedge funds and exchanges to recognize and react to changing market conditions, facilitate regulatory compliance and take advantage of new and existing markets to grow revenue.
This white paper explores the electricity paradox and outlines a framework for utilities to overcome this existential threat. Faced with rising costs, declining usage and more demanding customers, energy companies must look beyond their current business models.
This white paper discusses the three major challenges naturally materializing for companies in the agricultural industry; asset optimization, price volatility and risk management. The paper further explains how firms are taking advantage of technology to leverage the disruption in agriculture.
This white paper highlights how the energy markets can take inspiration from Silicon Valley to establish collaborative business models to discover new opportunities.
This white paper presents a set of considerations based on findings from a recent survey conducted by the Enterprise Data Management (EDM) Council, in order to help organizations achieve operational success.
This white paper explores why it is no longer a matter of if—but rather when and how—firms will exit the “business” of trade and transaction reporting.
This white paper will look at the factors affecting the rise in trade reporting costs, the biggest trade reporting challenges, impending rules and the future of trade reporting.
This white paper explores the current state of trade reporting and shows how growing costs, complexity and regulatory scrutiny are fueling a compelling business case for third-party managed solutions.