OpenFin outgrows container tech origins with Workspace UI launch

New interface will standardize notifications, user interactions and content presentation.


OpenFin, a New York-based provider of desktop technology, is rolling out Workspace, a user interface comprising a browser, integrated notification center, app store, and digital assistant. The new release will function as a homepage for financial desktops, allowing trading and operations professionals at banks and buy-side firms to launch apps on the desktop.

CEO Mazy Dar says this release is the first time OpenFin has built an out-of-the-box user interface. Typically until now, its customers

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