Anthony Malakian spent several weeks with RBC Capital Markets and OpenFin to see how desktop app interoperability works in motion.
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Sorenson's experience in driving product strategy for analytics applications will help ChartIQ accelerate its expansion.
Numerix is an early adopter of OpenFin’s push to create industry-wide desktop app interoperability.
Charles Walters, chief information officer of Halcyon Capital Management, talks about his 20-plus years spent building and implementing platforms for hedge funds.
Through the integration, Symphony Chat will fully interoperate with applications built on OpenFin's operating system.
The acquisition of Scout's apps and development of a new interface will bolster its mobile presence nad facilitate client adoption.
TS offers the basics of an OEMS platform through its mobile application.
Kx Systems adds HTML5-based charting technology to Dashboards for Kx
Incumbent vendors may turn the table on fintech upstarts, once regulation begins to calm down
FactSet had previously built its own charts, but decided to look at third-party options for this iteration
Walker was at Goldman Sachs for 15 years before retiring last year.
ChartIQ describes Finsemble as "all that glue that makes everything inside a Bloomberg terminal work perfectly well with everything else.”
Mazy Dar speaks with Waters about the company’s new Community Edition offering and its decision to open source its core platform.
Algomi will use OpenFin’s operating layer to update its sell-side Synchronicity and its buy-side Honeycomb platforms.
The new features will support faster decision making, and make it easier for users to create new analytics.
The two German vendors are partnering to develop a data platform and terminal package that will provide an alternative to legacy data platforms.
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The website includes more data and charting, plus better navigation across all devices, officials say.
Application is written in HTML5 and has been rolled out on Redi's new platform.
The platform will allow users to create custom displays using third-party or proprietary tools and content.
The vendor is revamping the former Markit On Demand business with a packaged charting product suite, in addition to its existing custom offerings.
Latest framework offers interoperability for developers working on browsers.