Bellis-Jones Hill Enters Commodity Trading Software Market with ClickTrade Launch

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Performance management expert Bellis-Jones Hill has launched a commodity trading software solution called ClickTrade. ClickTrade provides meaningful business intelligence for commodity trading companies, helping to analyse their performance, monitor risk and plan for the future.

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“The commodity trading marketplace is volatile, fluid, and certainly not immune to risk. Only the quick to react prosper."
- Stefano Rabbiosi, Bellis-Jones Hill.

Commodity trading companies can now instantly analyse their performance thanks to ClickTrade – a new commodity trading software solution from business intelligence specialists Bellis-Jones Hill.

Commodity trading is a growing and complex industry. Organisations need to understand their performance from supply chain to trade – but few business intelligence tools make this analysis straightforward.

ClickTrade aims to change that.

Using QlikView software, Bellis-Jones Hill built and developed ClickTrade whilst working alongside some of the world’s biggest commodity trading companies to help them understand their performance and data.

The unique experience and insight of these commodity traders helped inform which data would be required in ClickTrade, and how it should be presented, so executives could truly understand and visualise their organisation’s performance.

The result is a business intelligence tool which can cover every aspect of a commodity trading company’s performance – ClickTrade can be tailored completely to meet a business’s individual needs.

ClickTrade allows businesses to truly ‘drill down’ and explore available information, and Bellis-Jones Hill’s expert consultants can create a bespoke commodity trading dashboard covering every conceivable metric and key performance indicator.

“The commodity trading marketplace is volatile, fluid, and certainly not immune to risk. Only the quick to react prosper,” said Stefano Rabbiosi, from Bellis-Jones Hill.

“As such, it’s increasingly important for commodity trading companies to utilise the latest business intelligence software to help analyse and understand their organisation.”

Bellis-Jones Hill’s new commodity trading software offers global reporting options, risk management reports, futures trading analysis, operational and control reports and even ‘what if’ scenario analysis for future-proofing.

Alongside this, Bellis-Jones Hill says ClickTrade will help commodity trading companies with information consolidation – by collating huge swathes of disparate data into a single reporting tool.

ClickTrade could also help commodity trading companies with general organisation analysis, with tools allowing data to be analysed based on time, geography, counterparty and trading entity, together with the scope to drill-down data in detail.

Mr Rabbiosi added: “Our work with large multi-national commodity trading companies has helped us to develop ClickTrade, and that experience has provided invaluable insight into the analysis we provide via our business intelligence tools.

“Business intelligence and commodity trading software is a vital consideration for any company in this up-and-down industry: it helps commodity traders make decisions with great confidence, after analysing all available data from every conceivable angle.

“It’s very much a case of knowledge being power: and we ensure that knowledge is available in a single, consolidated format.”

For more information, contact Jack Allen at Bellis-Jones Hill, on 0207 323 5033, or email jack(dot)allen(at)bellisjoneshill(dot)com

About Bellis-Jones Hill

Bellis-Jones Hill provides corporate performance management solutions to the private and public sector, and is the exclusive UK distributor of Prodacapo software. QlikView is a state-of-the-art business intelligence reporting and analysis tool, and as one of just six elite QlikView partners in the UK, Bellis-Jones Hill can help collate business-wide data in easy to understand reports, for sectors including commodity trading, asset management, financial services and healthcare. For more information, visit

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