Money.Net Taps OpenFin to Increase Desktop Exposure

By making its content available via OpenFin's container, Money.Net will gain access to a broader potential audience of OpenFin clients.

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OpenFin allows banks, brokers, asset managers and hedge funds to build their own desktops by picking best-of-breed components from “hundreds” of applications using OpenFin’s operating system, which also enables Money.Net to leverage those other applications as vehicles to distribute its data.

Money.Net CEO Morgan Downey says the move exposes the vendor to a potentially broader client base without cannibalizing its existing terminal base. “The OpenFin enablement makes Money.Net software

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