With Finsemble 8.5, we’ve executed several key strategies to build the foundation for upcoming product innovations. One of our key focuses has been developments to our FDC3 appD protocol. We now have an incredible user-friendly and innovative way to discover, organize, and customize applications (and entire app directories) for your end-users.
With the Smart Desktop Designer, you can evaluate Finsemble in 1-2 days without the need to resource engineers for the evaluation. Now Product Managers, Business Analysts, or even a tech-savvy Trader or Portfolio Manager can assemble a workspace (and publish and share this workspace to stakeholders) in under an hour.
What’s new in FDC3 1.2? The standards that the financial industry depends on for interconnected applications has improved features for developers and end users. In this post, FDC3 Lead-maintainer Kris West gives an overview.
Are you a vendor looking to become a part of your clients’ FDC3 and interoperability initiatives? Finsemble can help you get up to speed with the FDC3 standards and secure your spot on your clients’ smart desktop.
Pictet Asset Management recently joined us for a conversation around their journey to interoperability and how they’ve used our smart desktop platform, Finsemble, to automate workflow for their trading desks. In this excerpt, Global Head of Fixed Income Trading, Carl James, joins Finsemble CEO Dan Schleifer to discuss the challenges and lessons learned on the path to automation.
In this Altair video demo, see a Panopticon Forex Dashboard user leveraging the power of Finsemble. Facilitating communications between internal and external applications (in this case, Twitter and Reuters) and Panopticon create insights for better and faster trading decisions. That’s the power of a streamlined workflow.
New whitepaper by Scott Logic “Building an integrated desktop application ecosystem for Finance” is a valuable asset for anyone looking to learn more about application interoperability and smart desktop solutions like Finsemble.
A company culture of interpersonal communication can lead to surprising results. “Our second product was created because of a need we saw by visiting existing customers,” says CEO and co-founder Dan Schleifer.