While progress was made in the desktop application interoperability space in the last year, Anthony Malakian says 2020 is likely to see some major developments that will help to push this movement forward.
A summary of some of the past week’s financial technology news.
FactSet's deployment on top of OpenFin and vote of confidence in the FDC3 standards paves the way for next evolution of desktop interoperability.
The OS provider will focus on developing data visualization tools and prepping for the first wave of FDC3 standardized applications.
Anthony Malakian spent several weeks with RBC Capital Markets and OpenFin to see how desktop app interoperability works in motion.
OpenFin has deployed Exate’s data privacy technology to its operating system to help with new rules, such as GDPR.
Creative Studio provides users the ability to build and customise web-based solutions with minimal coding.
It seeks to solve desktop interoperability issues and expand cloud services with this latest investment.
Partnering with Electron opens up more possibilities for Finsemble users.
OpenFin clients will have access to market data from all major third-party providers via MDXT.
The interoperability platform will enable clients to have access to real-time data sharing and improve workflow collaboration.
Wood, former head of market data services at Deutsche Bank, will be responsible for growing OpenFin's adoption among end-users and vendor partners.
By making its content available via OpenFin's container, Money.Net will gain access to a broader potential audience of OpenFin clients.
Numerix is an early adopter of OpenFin’s push to create industry-wide desktop app interoperability.
WatersTechnology attended the Futures Industry Association's annual conference in Boca Raton, Florida. These are the takeaways.
Led by OpenFin, FDC3—which includes the likes of RBC, JPMorgan, AllianceBernstein, Citadel and Barclays—aims to create a common language for desktop app interoperability.
Additional API functionality will be released within the year, the company says.
Through the integration, Symphony Chat will fully interoperate with applications built on OpenFin's operating system.
This is the third partnership Algomi has formed over the last six months. It’s the second minority investment S&P has made this year.
Walker was at Goldman Sachs for 15 years before retiring last year.
Certain advancements are leading to more collaborative efforts between vendors. At the same time, M&A in the analytics space is still red hot. Anthony sorts through what this means for the industry moving forward.
ChartIQ describes Finsemble as "all that glue that makes everything inside a Bloomberg terminal work perfectly well with everything else.”