CTRM Systems, 2024: Market Update and Vendor Landscape


Non-energy commodities are experiencing an important moment in their development, as large new ecosystems emerge (such as that around ferrous metals) and certain commodities become more liquid. At the same time, commodity trading and risk management (CTRM) systems have become more sophisticated and formalized, and are increasingly converging with enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems. However, Chartis expects the CTRM market to remain fragmented to meet the variety of requirements in the CTRM space.

In many ways, CTRM and energy trading and risk management (ETRM) systems are part of the same continuum. The key issue concerns definitions. With that in mind, this CTRM report contains four quadrants: physical oil, physical gas, metals and soft commodities, and considers different applications in each category. It also addresses the market and vendor dynamics to determine the long-term and structural impacts of the overarching market evolution on the technology stack. 

For readers to gain a complete and accurate perspective on the market and its vendors within the context of our ongoing research, we strongly recommend they cross-reference the 2024 ETRM and CTRM reports, and also refer to our energy pricing report.

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