Waters Wrap: What’s next for desktop interop?

Anthony takes a look at the desktop application interoperability space—how we got here and where he thinks it's going.

In October 2017, a group of banks, asset managers and vendors in the capital markets began working on a project to create “the equivalent of the FIX protocol for desktops.” The collective, which was led by desktop app interoperability vendor OpenFin, met about once every two weeks to get the project off the ground.

The aim was to enable interoperability between applications that sit on the financial desktop, and it works by codifying standard patterns that app developers use for cross

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