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.
Sophisticated workspace management and automated inter-application 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.
In this Altair video demo, see a Panopticon Forex Dashboard user leveraging the power of Finsemble. Facilitating communications between internal and external applications (in this case, Twitter and Reuters) and Panopticon create insights for better and faster trading decisions. That’s the power of a streamlined workflow.
New whitepaper by Scott Logic “Building an integrated desktop application ecosystem for Finance” is a valuable asset for anyone looking to learn more about application interoperability and smart desktop solutions like Finsemble.
We’re proud to announce a rebrand, new website, and new name. ChartIQ and Finsemble have evolved and now live under one brand: Cosaic. This name merges the prefix co- (working together) with mosaic (bringing all the pieces together). The name represents what has already changed within our company – that we are a workflow solutions provider.
In the world of desktop interoperability, there’s currently a lot of buzz around Progressive Web Apps, or PWAs. As developers of smart desktop solutions, Finsemble is right in the middle of the PWA conversation.
Exciting news for application interoperability was just announced with the new FDC3 1.1 standards. For the first time, application vendors can write to a single API and distribute their applications to users of any smart desktop platform.