In a constantly changing industry
you need a forward-thinking
technology partner.

We are Excelian

We are Excelian, an award-winning technology consultancy specialising in the Financial Services and Commodities industries.

We offer our clients a range of international high end technology and IT services that include:

  • Consulting and Advisory
  • Programme and project management
  • Trading and risk package integration
  • Application development
  • Lifecycle services
  • SMART SUITE: automated testing software

In this podcast with the Toronto Financial Services Alliance (TFSA), Excelian share the reasons behind opening an office in Toronto

Our global team of consultants are experts in solving the complex technology problems faced by multi-national financial services and commodities companies. They provide leadership, consultancy and insight for niche trading and risk management platforms including Murex (MX.3, MxG2000, MLC), Openlink (Endur, Findur) and Calypso as well as Cloud and High Performance Computing (HPC) technologies .

We deliver bespoke application development and managed platform services for your chosen trading technology alongside technical advisory around financial service regulations (including Dodd Frank, Basel III and EMIR).

We pride ourselves on being professional, dependable, experts and leaders in each of the technologies and industries we work within.

We help businesses to get the most out of specialist technology and will ensure your business is always moving forward and abreast of the latest technological developments. 

We offer a full international service, but at the heart of our company is a local, customer-focused service and delivery.

Blog & News feed

  • Big data has moved on from being a buzzword in the annual waves of technology hype, and now information management is becoming an important discipline across Financial Services. This article looks at why big data has become a hot topic within the industry, why this demands smarter computing and finally what this holds for the future.
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  • Luxoft Holding, Inc announced results for the three months and a full financial year ended March 31, 2016. Revenue for the full financial year ended March 31, 2016 increased to $650.8 million, up 25.0% from $520.5 million a year ago.
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  • Excelian is pleased to announce that DEBRA has become the company’s official UK charity partner. Excelian has worked with several charities over the past 15 years, and this will be the second time that Excelian has joined DEBRA to help the fight against EB.
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  • Luxoft Holdings, Inc. have released the financial results for first three quarters of 2015. The results for three and nine months ended December 31, 2015 are once again very positive, marked by respective 24.5% and 35.3% revenue growth in constant currency.
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  • Luxoft Holding, Inc. (NYSE:LXFT), a leading provider of software development services and innovative IT solutions to a global client base, will announce its financial results for the three and nine months ended December 31, 2015 on Thursday, February 11, 2016 after market close. Excelian became part of Luxoft in February 2015.
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  • Luxoft Holdings, Inc. have released the financial results for first two quarters of 2015. The results are very positive, with an increase in revenue of 29.1% year over year, now amounting to $161.5 million.
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  • Alongside a number of flagship wins and future scoping opportunities, Excelian’s ability to attract and retain individuals with a suitable range of tech and business skill looks to propel the company forward in 2016 and beyond.
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  • Introducing Mache. Mache is a NoSQL near cache with eventing; built from a 'mash-up' of Open Source technologies with multiple pluggable NoSQL support and multiple pluggable messaging platforms. We have used all the well-known Open-Source technologies. The heart of the system is akin to a HashMap - using Google's Guava cache and Spring Data.
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