Triple Point Technology

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Triple Point Technology, Inc.
TypePrivate
IndustryCommodity and enterprise risk management software
Founded1993 (1993)
HeadquartersWestport, Connecticut, USA
Key peoplePeter Armstrong, CEO
K. Oni Chukwu, CFO
Websitewww.tpt.com
 
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Triple Point Technology, Inc.
TypePrivate
IndustryCommodity and enterprise risk management software
Founded1993 (1993)
HeadquartersWestport, Connecticut, USA
Key peoplePeter Armstrong, CEO
K. Oni Chukwu, CFO
Websitewww.tpt.com

Triple Point Technology is an American software company dealing in multi-market commodity and enterprise risk management.[1]

Founded in 1993, Triple Point is privately held and headquartered in Westport, Connecticut, United States. Triple Point serves clients in Asia, Africa, Australia, Europe, North America and South America with development and support centers located in Houston, Texas, USA; Stellenbosch, South Africa; Johannesburg, South Africa; Westport, Connecticut, USA; Parsippany, New Jersey, USA; London, United Kingdom; Pune, India; Chennai, India; Sao Paulo, Brazil; Vienna, Austria; Geneva, Switzerland; Newcastle, Australia; Quebec City, Canada and Singapore.

The company provides cloud and on-premise commodity management software that addresses the commodities value chain: buying, selling, trading, and procurement; enterprise risk management; scheduling and logistics; storage; processing; and settlement and accounting. Triple Point's flagship software platform, Commodity XL, integrates physical and financial market requirements for multiple commodities including agriculture, emissions, biofuels, freight, metals, power, coal, gas and oil.[2] Triple Point's software products are used by over 400 commodity trading and energy companies in 35+ countries around the world.

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Commodity XL is Triple Point's multi-market commodity trading and enterprise risk management platform.

In 2008, Triple Point acquired INSSINC,[3] a provider of treasury and regulatory compliance solutions, and ROME Corporation,[4] a provider of credit risk management solutions. In 2011, Triple Point acquired mining software solutions provider QMASTOR. [5]

In December 2007, Triple Point's trading and risk software system became an SAP-endorsed business solution.[6] The co-developed solution named, Commodity Management, utilizes components from both SAP AG and Triple Point - Triple Point's SAP-endorsed Commodity SL and the SAP ERP application.

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