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.
In this blog post, I’ll walk you through why FDC3 2.0 brings an important moment to the standard and interoperability across the industry.
The Financial Desktop Connectivity and Collaboration Consortium (FDC3) defines a universal connectivity standard for apps in the finance industry. This open standard is gaining traction as a practical approach to desktop connectivity. As a result, many people want to learn it, but aren’t sure where to start. Finsemble is committed to FDC3, and want you to be successful. Here are some resources that can help you get going.
Learn about the vision and key concepts of FDC3, the benefits it provides, and how workflow-driven design makes it easy to get started with FDC3 in this (free!) EDX course brought to you by Adaptive Financial Consulting and The Linux Foundation.
For those leveraging the power of Electron to create application interoperability on the desktop and requiring enterprise-level security, we have big news. Our Finsemble team is proud to announce we’ve open sourced our Secure Electron Adapter (SEA) though FINOS, the Fintech Open Source Foundation.