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FinDEVrSV16-LogoV2(wdate)Our FinDEVr New York developer showcase was a success! FinDEVr Silicon Valley will be held October 18 & 19 in Santa Clara. Register today and save.

On FinDEVr.com

  • BlockCypher to Developers: Your Ethereum Toolkit is Ready.
  • FICO Launches Falcon Assurance Navigator to Help Universities Monitor Federal Grant Spending.

The latest from FinDEVr New York 2016 presenters

  • Markit to provide fixed income pricing data and liquidity metrics for the European Commission.
  • Fidor Bank Opens its Doors in Dubai; Ge Drossaert Tapped as Managing Director.
  • FICO launches its Academic Engagement Program, helping business students get hands-on experience with analytic software.
  • Braintree announces new integrations with Demandware and Netsuite.
  • TokBox launches its video broadcast solution for producers.
  • Banking Technology: Goldman Sachs to use technology from Infosys to power its new digital bank, GS Bank.

Alumni updates

  • PCWorld votes Xero as its top-choice accounting software in 2016.
  • 2016 CNBC Distruptor 50 Features Kabbage and Twilio.
  • CNN features StockTwits in a list of the 10 best investing apps.
  • Business Insider features Currency Cloud in list of potential future U.K. fintech unicorns.

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FinDEVr APIntelligence

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

Developer news:

  • TechCrunch: Rakuten Launches $100 Million Global Fund For Fintech Startups.
  • GitHub is rolling out a redesign for code repositories.
  • New Relic Now Lets Developers Dive Deeper Into Their Analytics.

The latest from FinDEVr San Francisco 2015 presenters:

  • Hyperwallet Launches Loyalty Program for Independent Workers.
  • Arxan announces Cyber Security scholarship program.
  • Avoka Introduces Digital Account Opening from Within Salesforce.
  • Kabbage to power Sage’s small business loan offering.
  • Market intelligence provider Ipreo selects Xignite to provide real-time and delayed equity prices to its Investor Relations platform, BD Corporate.
  • Nexmo announces partnership with Netherlands KLM.
  • CenturyLink adds Former US Senator Mary Landrieu to Board.
  • Banking CIO Outlook magazine features Praesidio.
  • TokBox’s new developer toolkit brings voice and video chat to Apple TV apps.
  • Thinking Capital earns Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 Canada Awards.
  • Worldpay employees evaluating use of finger vein technology to authenticate payments at the POS without the need for a card.
  • Let’s Talk Payments interviews Hyperwallet CEO, Brent Warrington.

Alumni updates:

  • Pymnts chats with Nymi founder & CEO, Karl Martin.
  • Deccan Herald features Cloud Lending Solutions.
  • Xero piloting program to allow users to file their GST returns.
  • MasterCard announced Ed McLaughlin as new Chief Information Officer.
  • VentureBurn highlights Entersekt: SA’s fintech gem making it safe for millions to bank, shop online.

Stay up to date on daily developments by following FinDEVr on Twitter.

FinDEVr Live: OpenTok from TokBox Enables Developers to Add Live Video, Voice, and Messaging to Apps

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tokbox.com | tokbox.com/blog | @tokbox

TokBox_FinDEVr2015_logoTokBox, a Telefonica company, develops and operates OpenTok, the leading cloud platform for embedding real-time video, voice, messaging, and screen sharing into websites and mobile applications. Our comprehensive API offers a suite of advanced capabilities, including interoperable mobile and web SDKs, archiving, security, 1:1 and multiparty calls, and more.

The first platform to incorporate support for WebRTC, OpenTok caters to enterprises, entrepreneurs, and developers with powerful APIs. OpenTok has been used to add real-time communications by companies including Mozilla, Royal Bank of Scotland, Valspar, MLB, Ford, Doritos, Bridgestone Gold & Double Robotics.

How to Use WebRTC to Build Engaging FinTech Applications
For all that the efficiency and convenience technologies have brought to financial services, a key challenge continues to be their impact on customer satisfaction rates. How can organizations provide topnotch service when most customers, especially millennials, experience services through a website or mobile application and have never stepped foot in a branch?

Enter WebRTC, the HTML5 standard making it possible to embed secure live video, voice, and text communications directly into the context of your website or application. Learn about the development challenges, best practices, and how FinTech companies are already integrating WebRTC into OTT services today.

Key takeaways:

  • What WebRTC is and how it can transform FinTech applications
  • How financial service companies can leverage WebRTC to bring the same high-quality customer service from brick and mortar stores online
  • The development challenges and best practices for building with WebRTC

Presenter:
Badri Rajasekar, CTO
@baddn

Rajasekar is the CTO and SVP of Engineering at TokBox, the provider of OpenTok, the leading real-time communications platform. He leads the core engineering and operations teams and is responsible for end-to-end service delivery, including product development, quality engineering, and customer solutions.

FinDEVr Live: OpenTok from TokBox Enables Developers to Add Live Video, Voice, and Messaging to Apps

tokbox_homepage_FinDEVr2015

tokbox.com | tokbox.com/blog | @tokbox

TokBox_FinDEVr2015_logoTokBox, a Telefonica company, develops and operates OpenTok, the leading cloud platform for embedding real-time video, voice, messaging, and screen sharing into websites and mobile applications. Our comprehensive API offers a suite of advanced capabilities, including interoperable mobile and web SDKs, archiving, security, 1:1 and multiparty calls, and more.

The first platform to incorporate support for WebRTC, OpenTok caters to enterprises, entrepreneurs, and developers with powerful APIs. OpenTok has been used to add real-time communications by companies including Mozilla, Royal Bank of Scotland, Valspar, MLB, Ford, Doritos, Bridgestone Gold & Double Robotics.

How to Use WebRTC to Build Engaging FinTech Applications
For all that the efficiency and convenience technologies have brought to financial services, a key challenge continues to be their impact on customer satisfaction rates. How can organizations provide topnotch service when most customers, especially millennials, experience services through a website or mobile application and have never stepped foot in a branch?

Enter WebRTC, the HTML5 standard making it possible to embed secure live video, voice, and text communications directly into the context of your website or application. Learn about the development challenges, best practices, and how FinTech companies are already integrating WebRTC into OTT services today.

Key takeaways:

  • What WebRTC is and how it can transform FinTech applications
  • How financial service companies can leverage WebRTC to bring the same high-quality customer service from brick and mortar stores online
  • The development challenges and best practices for building with WebRTC

Presenter:
Badri Rajasekar, CTO
@baddn

Rajasekar is the CTO and SVP of Engineering at TokBox, the provider of OpenTok, the leading real-time communications platform. He leads the core engineering and operations teams and is responsible for end-to-end service delivery, including product development, quality engineering, and customer solutions.

FinDEVr Preview: TokBox

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

In this presentation, TokBox CTO Badri Rajasekar will talk about WebRTC; how it can be leveraged to create complete OTT services and why it has the potential to revolutionize the way financial institutions engage with their customers.

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Why it’s a must-see:

OTT services leveraging WebRTC have the potential to completely transform the way financial services institutions communicate online. In this session, fintech developers will learn about the challenges that surround building complete applications for financial services, both in terms of user experience and security.


Check out more of today’s FinDEVr Previews: