ChartIQ 8.3 is here – and many of our clients are missing out on new features because they are still running v7.x. In this special release webinar, we’ll highlight enhancements in the v8.x line while also addressing client concerns about upgrading.
Our ChartIQ development team has been working hard so you can continue to provide an incredible charting experience for your end-users. Don’t forget to upgrade! In this post, we’ll be covering what’s new in the ChartIQ 8.3 release, such as new accessibility features and a cross section chart.
World-renowned charting software can be installed in your application faster than you can imagine with our ChartIQ templates. We make it easy to get a powerful, interactive HTML5 chart installed on your web page or application in a matter of hours.
Pictet Asset Management recently joined us for a conversation around their journey to interoperability and how they’ve used our smart desktop platform, Finsemble, to automate workflow for their trading desks. In this excerpt, Global Head of Fixed Income Trading, Carl James, joins Cosaic CEO Dan Schleifer to discuss the challenges and lessons learned on the path to automation.
The ChartIQ 8.2 Release is here. Check out new native mobile offering, accessibility features like keyboard shortcuts, and UI enhancements. Details in this blog post.
With Finsemble 5.1 release, our industry-leading native support is better than ever. While other platforms offer the capability to launch native apps or use API connectors for simple integration, Finsemble provides the infrastructure to seamlessly incorporate native applications into your workflow.
In any multi-step workflow, there are actions and responses to actions. These actions are composed of data context and intents—the core of FDC3. In this post, we’ll break down two key specifications of FDC3 to give them a closer look.
Desktop interop is the best thing that’s happened to enterprise software in decades, but without solid architecture, your project may not get off the ground. A rigorously designed boot sequence is just one of the ways we’re bringing serious engineering discipline to our customers.