Building for Tomorrow’s Financial Applications
In this clip, Cosaic CTO Terry Thorsen discusses the advantages of ChartIQ as a software development kit. ChartIQ allows developers and product managers to embed financial charts into their application and interact with them leveraging the power of HTML5.
HTML5: The Future
Cosaic CTO Terry Thorsen discusses how technology in the finance industry is undergoing a rapid change as firms shift from legacy technologies built in Java, .NET and C++ to HTML5. The promise of HTML5 is interactivity and an overall better user experience.
Transforming Financial Institutions: Value Creation through Technology Innovation and Operational Change
Our own Chief Operating Officer Joerg Ruetschi‘s book is out this week, answering questions such as: How can new technologies reinvigorate the finance industry? What works to improve performance and operational efficiencies? How can #interoperability impact banks and buy-sides?
From the press release: “International finance expert Joerg Ruetschi delivers a globally relevant methodology and value creation framework that combines strategic and financial decision-making with asset-liability and technology management.”
Symphony Innovate Panel On-Demand: A New Approach to the Financial Services Desktop
At Symphony Innovate 2021, industry experts – including reps from Symphony and FINOS (along with Cosaic CEO and Co-Founder Dan Schleifer) discussed the future of financial desktops. Key takeaway? Without a doubt, the future is interoperability and FDC3. Learn why it’s imperative for your firm to start thinking about these interoperability standards today.
“In five years you won’t buy software from a vendor that doesn’t speak FDC3 and you won’t have an internal development team that doesn’t know FDC3. Interoperability means having standards around the communication and an orchestration layer to make it happen.” —Cosaic CEO Dan Schleifer. Learn more about FDC3 here.
FDC3 Fast and Easy
Introducing the FDC3 Workbench for Vendors As desktop interoperability gains momentum, app vendors must prepare for expectations from clients who look for FDC3-enabled applications to join their integrated desktops. Getting your application FDC3-enabled is easier than ever with the new FINOS-contributed project, FDC3 Workbench. This new developer tool makes it easy to verify that your application communicates correctly with other apps using FDC3 protocol, while additionally providing a fully-featured desktop agent—Finsemble—to develop in.
Electron For The Enterprise
The Enterprise Mashup is an emergent approach to building desktop software with #electron at its core. At CovalenceConf 2020, Cosaic co-founder and Chief Technology Officer Emeritus Terry Thorsen explores new thinking around Electron for UX, security, deployment and inter-op.
The Fabric of Capital Markets: How FDC3 Standards Mirror the FIX Path to Ubiquity
For those unfamiliar with FDC3, we like to make the comparison to the universal FIX Trading Community standards that define trading as we know it today. In this TabbFORUM article, Cosaic CEO Dan Schleifer compares similarities between the standards, such as vendor neutrality, community-driven collaboration, and the fact they are open/free.
Fintech Focus TV—Dan Schleifer, Co-Founder and CEO at Cosaic
Cosaic CEO Dan Schleifer joins Toby Babb on this week’s episode of Fintech Focus TV. Discussing “the golden age of collaboration,” Dan outlines how desktop interoperability is invaluable when it comes to streamlining workflow and connecting applications (and end users) in global work-from-home orders.
Understanding Traders: COVID19 Edition / Virtual Vision Finance
Market volatility presents brokers with vast opportunities, but to seize them one needs to know how traders behave during these unique times. Well, that’s precisely what our panelists do for a living. Join us to harness the data they gather about the most popular assets today, Corona-era trading patterns and other data-backed bits of wisdom to boost your trading business.
Leveraging Contextual Data to Take Real-time Action
At 2019 Symphony Innovate, CEO Dan Schleifer discussed how application overload has been plaguing the desktops of the finance industry and beyond for years. To increase end user effectiveness, efficiency, and reduce error rates, workflow solutions like Finsemble are here to help. In this live demo, see ChartIQ charts shared in real-time within the Symphony messaging application.
Integrating YellowFin & iPushPull into Finsemble
In this FINJS presentation, Director of Solutions Engineering Kris West showcases the power of application interoperability. The Finsemble ecosystem of applications allows you to bring together tools you use every day for sophisticated workflow. This demo leverages the power of Finsemble to bring together well-known financial applications YellowFin and iPushPull for an integrated workflow.
Data Visualization on the Desktop
In this FINJS presentation, see how you can use web technologies to create advanced, integrated desktop environments. Panopticon is a streaming visual and analytics platform for the financial sector. This demonstration shows how Finsemble and Panopticon come together for advanced workflow and powerful context sharing.
The Long Tail of Easy Features
Drastically accelerated time to market sets Finsemble apart from other smart desktop platforms. In this presentation Jim Bunting, Director of Business Development, walks through the various features that come out-of-the-box with the Finsemble SDK. UI functions like hotkeys, snapping and docking, and application auto-arrange have all been carefully thought through by our engineers. Seems easy, right? See how the “long-tail” of the easy features is harder than it seems.
Bank On It Podcast
A company culture of interpersonal communication can lead to surprising results. “Our second product was created because of a need we saw by visiting existing customers,” says CEO and co-founder Dan Schleifer.
Dan Schleifer, Founder and CEO of Cosaic describes his quest to break down the barriers between financial services’ applications to allow users to work effectively and to benefit from all that the browser experience can offer.
Why Two Y-Axes (Y2Y): A Case Study for Visual Correlation with Dual Axes
Brath, R., C. Hagerman and E. Sorenson, 24th International Conference Information Visualisation, Vienna, September 2020
Many researchers and authors recommend against dual axis charts. We provide a case study of timeseries correlation analysis in financial services where dual axis charts superimpose series to facilitate observation of local patterns. Fine-grain patterns cannot be otherwise perceived using a single axis charts, normalization charts, scatterplots nor statistical correlation analysis.View Paper