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FinDEVr2016-NY-(Stacked)V2Are you building new financial technology? Be sure to check out coverage from our recent developer conference in San Francisco. We’re taking the fintech developer tool showcase to New York on March 29 & 30, 2016. Stay tuned for details.

Developer news:

  • Harvard Business Review: The Changing Economics of App Development.

The latest from FinDEVr San Francisco 2015 presenters:

  • Aberdeen Asset Management selects Markit to value hard to price assets for positions with limited market data.
  • Developer reviews Authy’s two-factor authentication.
  • PayPal among the companies highlighted in Inc.’s look back at Money20/20.
  • Thomson Reuters unveils its new desktop platform, grouping all its FX transaction venues into one single point of access.
  • Business Insider lists BehavioSec and Fidor, as “companies we wish were big the U.S.”
  • Silicon Slopes Podcast hosts Ryan Caldwell, MX CEO, as he discusses how to improve online banking.
  • Thomson Reuters unveils latest version of its tax technology platform, Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE.
  • Yodlee’s Ynext Unveils New Incubator Class.
  • Business Insider names, BehavioSec among the 12 hottest Nordic fintech startups.

Alumni updates:

  • Trulioo Selected as Runner-Up for Startup Canada Award for Innovation.
  • Xero reaches 600,000 subscribers in 180 countries.
  • VentureBurn features Entersekt CEO, Schalk Nolte.

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FinDEVr Live: Markit’s Technology Shows Modernization and Modularity as Keys to Rich UX

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markit.com | modl.markit.com | @markit | openf2.org | blog.openf2.org | @mod_labs & @openf2

Markit_FinDEVr2015_logoMarkit is a leading global provider of financial information services. We provide products that enhance transparency, reduce risk, and improve operational efficiency. Our customers include banks, hedge funds, asset managers, central banks, regulators, auditors, fund administrators, and insurance companies. Founded in 2003, Markit employs 4,000 people in 11 countries. Markit shares are listed on Nasdaq under the symbol MRKT.

Using browser-based technologies and a capabilities-oriented modular approach, we can create anticipatory, personalized experiences that make desktop and terminal replacements a thing of the present. We will cover F2 (openf2.org), an open source foundation and web integration framework, as well as several key Markit capabilities (charting, smart text, personalization) as key building blocks for multi-party, integrated experiences.

Key takeaways:

  • What F2 is, and how it can solve brokerage, wealth management, and banking related problems
  • The ease with which Amazon-like, personalized experiences for financial services can be created
  • Markit’s capabilities and deep experience with key technologies for financial servicces, such as charting and super text

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Presenter: Tim Burcham, Head of Labs
LinkedIn | tim.burcham@markit.com

Over the last 16 years, Burcham has worked with Markit (formerly Wall Street On Demand) architecting, coding, managing, mentoring, and leading teams to deliver high-quality websites and rich user experiences under incredibly high traffic volumes and tight timeframes.

FinDEVr Live: Markit’s Technology Shows Modernization and Modularity as Keys to Rich UX

Markit_homepage_FinDEVr2015

markit.com | modl.markit.com | @markit | openf2.org | blog.openf2.org | @mod_labs & @openf2

Markit_FinDEVr2015_logoMarkit is a leading global provider of financial information services. We provide products that enhance transparency, reduce risk, and improve operational efficiency. Our customers include banks, hedge funds, asset managers, central banks, regulators, auditors, fund administrators, and insurance companies. Founded in 2003, Markit employs 4,000 people in 11 countries. Markit shares are listed on Nasdaq under the symbol MRKT.

Using browser-based technologies and a capabilities-oriented modular approach, we can create anticipatory, personalized experiences that make desktop and terminal replacements a thing of the present. We will cover F2 (openf2.org), an open source foundation and web integration framework, as well as several key Markit capabilities (charting, smart text, personalization) as key building blocks for multi-party, integrated experiences.

Key takeaways:

  • What F2 is, and how it can solve brokerage, wealth management, and banking related problems
  • The ease with which Amazon-like, personalized experiences for financial services can be created
  • Markit’s capabilities and deep experience with key technologies for financial servicces, such as charting and super text

IMG_1128

Presenter: Tim Burcham, Head of Labs
LinkedIn | tim.burcham@markit.com

Over the last 16 years, Burcham has worked with Markit (formerly Wall Street On Demand) architecting, coding, managing, mentoring, and leading teams to deliver high-quality websites and rich user experiences under incredibly high traffic volumes and tight timeframes.

FinDEVr Preview: Markit on Demand

FinDEVr2015LogoV2DateFinDEVr Previews highlight companies presenting new developer tools, platforms & integrations at the second annual FinDEVr — Oct 6 & 7.

Using browser-based technologies and a capabilities-oriented modular approach, Markit On Demand can create anticipatory personalized experiences that make desktop and terminal replacements a thing of the present.

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F2 is an open-source web integration standard used by major brokerages and banks to ease the burden of integration. Markit On Demand’s Charting, Smart Text, and Personalization capabilities, when combined with F2, allow fintech developers to create integrated, personalized user experiences.


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