The Financial Desktop Connectivity and Collaboration Consortium (FDC3) defines a universal connectivity standard for apps in the finance industry. This open standard is gaining traction as a practical approach to desktop connectivity. As a result, many people want to learn it, but aren’t sure where to start. We at Cosaic are committed to FDC3, and want you to be successful. Here are some resources that can help you get going.
ChartIQ 8.6 is here! We have a host of new enhancements to help your traders boost their technical analysis skills and/or make better decisions on behalf of their clients.
Smart desktop technology specialist Cosaic – formerly known as ChartIQ – has partnered with Aiera, an event-monitoring platform to provide plug-and-play interoperability of Aiera’s components with other applications on client desktops. Aiera allows hedge funds, banks and corporates with live monitoring of Wall Street events, via desktop and mobile applications and APIs.
Learn about the vision and key concepts of FDC3, the benefits it provides, and how workflow-driven design makes it easy to get started with FDC3 in this (free!) EDX course brought to you by Adaptive Financial Consulting and The Linux Foundation.
Why does it benefit these financial platforms to educate traders? Why is it in their best interest to see their traders succeed? In this blog post, we’ll provide you with key takeaways from the discussion. Follow the guidance from these industry leaders and learn how to advance traders down the funnel, all while keeping them engaged.
Sometimes more CAN be better – especially when you have traders looking for a large offering of tools to educate themselves and/or make better decisions on behalf of their clients. In our 8.4 release we showcase the newest additions to the ChartIQ library to impress your traders and help them make better and faster trade decisions.
“When we see how no-code and low-code has revolutionized application development, saving firms millions in developer resources, the logical next step is to launch a next-generation smart desktop platform to follow suit,” says Cosaic CEO Dan Schleifer. “We’re thrilled to release the world’s first no-code desktop interoperability platform.”
By choosing a free charting solution you are missing out on what a high-quality charting solution offers, costing you more than you think as active traders will seek superior solutions elsewhere. This is what we refer to as “the cost of free.”
Is minimizing your development costs by using a free library worth losing users?