Allegro ETRM (Energy Trading and Risk Management) Software vs. Shrimpy

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Allegro ETRM (Energy Trading and Risk Management) Software
Score 8.0 out of 10
N/A
Allegro ETRM (Energy Trading and Risk Management) Software provides a commodity trading solution.N/A
Shrimpy
Score 7.0 out of 10
N/A
Shrimpy, headquartered in Santa Clara, is a social trading platform for cryptocurrency. It is presented as a simple way to manage a portfolio by automating the user's trading strategy.
$19
per month
Pricing
Allegro ETRM (Energy Trading and Risk Management) SoftwareShrimpy
Editions & Modules
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Starter
$19
per month
Professional
$79
per month
Enterprise
$299
per month
Offerings
Pricing Offerings
Allegro ETRM (Energy Trading and Risk Management) SoftwareShrimpy
Free Trial
NoNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional Details20% discount available for annual pricing.
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User Ratings
Allegro ETRM (Energy Trading and Risk Management) SoftwareShrimpy
Likelihood to Recommend
8.0
(1 ratings)
7.0
(1 ratings)
User Testimonials
Allegro ETRM (Energy Trading and Risk Management) SoftwareShrimpy
Likelihood to Recommend
Allegro Development Corporation
Allegro ETRM (Energy Trading and Risk Management) Software is excellent for trade date entry and record keeping. It also links well to SQL and BI reports for Capital Power. The panes seem to be very customizable to a degree. It's not perfect, however, for Credit Management because there are too many different panes to entry details, resulting in multiple data field redundancies.
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Shrimpy
Shrimpy is a good visual aid but it lacks some key features, such as a mobile app.
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Pros
Allegro Development Corporation
  • Act as Database
  • One location for all Credit Info for counterparties
  • Trade details lookup
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Shrimpy
  • Connects accounts.
  • Automate trading however i don't use this currently.
  • Copy trades etc.
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Cons
Allegro Development Corporation
  • There are multiple panes for data entry, it will be nice if there was just a single pane
  • Allegro ETRM (Energy Trading and Risk Management) Software takes time to get use to as it's not very intuitive
  • Performance can be slow sometimes
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Shrimpy
  • No financial security.
  • No mobile app (yet).
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Alternatives Considered
Allegro Development Corporation
I've used ROME, Openlink, and CRM before. Along with Allegro ETRM (Energy Trading and Risk Management) Software, they all have their strengths and weaknesses. Allegro ETRM (Energy Trading and Risk Management) Software has been the best for trade data, AR, and AP entries. ROME was more intuitive and is web-based making it more easily accessible. Overall, Allegro ETRM (Energy Trading and Risk Management) Software has been the most advanced ETRM I've worked with.
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Shrimpy
Shrimpy is simpler to use, and the portfolio rebalancing to adjust to market movements is its best asset. This was used for stocks and shares prior and works in a similar way with crypto. Not sure as to the long-term gains this will provide but the theory stacks up.
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Return on Investment
Allegro Development Corporation
  • Efficiency improvements
  • Data record accuracy imporements
  • Trade risk management
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Shrimpy
  • Crypto has taken a hit so ROI is negative at the moment but it will go back up.
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