Ineroperability extends across all devices
Interoperability Everywhere All at Once

In this post, learn how the concept of “interoperability everywhere” extends workflows across all devices — phone, tablet, or desktop. Traders can walk away from their workstation and continue tasks from anywhere.

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Empowering Fixed Income Trading with Interoperability
Empowering Fixed Income Trading with Interoperability

Dwayne Middleton, Global Head of Fixed Income Trading at T. Rowe Price, explores the workflow challenges that buy-side fixed income traders face and interoperability’s power to address them.

The Rise of Desktop Superapps: Transforming the Work Environment
The Rise of Desktop Superapps: Transforming the Work Environment

Guest authors explore what they refer to as “Desktop Superapps” – essential elements resulted in a fusion of app boundaries, where users can no longer where one app ends and another begins. What they’ve built represents an emerging enterprise design pattern.

Interoperability Everywhere All at Once
Interoperability Everywhere All at Once

In this post, learn how the concept of “interoperability everywhere” extends workflows across all devices — phone, tablet, or desktop. Traders can walk away from their workstation and continue tasks from anywhere.

FDC3 2.0 Brings New Life to the Standard
FDC3 2.0 Brings New Life to the Standard

In this blog post, I’ll walk you through why FDC3 2.0 brings an important moment to the standard and interoperability across the industry.

What is Interoperability in Financial Services?
What is Interoperability in Financial Services?

Interoperability (or interop for short) has gained popularity in the last few years because it helps simplify user journeys within and across desktop applications. Тhis is a high priority for institutions that need to accelerate their digital transformation and become more efficient.

Context Data and Intents: The Core Standards of FDC3
Context Data and Intents: The Core Standards of FDC3

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.

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The Desktop Interoperability Maturity Model for Software Vendors
The Desktop Interoperability Maturity Model for Software Vendors

In this post, discover the benefits The Desktop Interoperability Model has for software vendors and system integrators, such as a better understanding of your client’s interoperability goals and making your own offering interoperable.

Interoperability Everywhere All at Once
Interoperability Everywhere All at Once

In this post, learn how the concept of “interoperability everywhere” extends workflows across all devices — phone, tablet, or desktop. Traders can walk away from their workstation and continue tasks from anywhere.

Introducing Self-Organizing Governance in the Era of Superapps
Introducing Self-Organizing Governance in the Era of Superapps

Successful implementation and management of the desktop superapp lies not just in the brilliance of coding or the elegance of design, but a more fundamental aspect: governance. Governance is a key pillar of the desktop superapp and is the focus of this blog post.

Branding the Desktop Superapp: More Than Just a Name
Branding the Desktop Superapp: More Than Just a Name

In the evolving landscape of software design, one trend stands out: the rise of the desktop superapp. To effectively market the superapp, it is essential to give it an identity that makes it stand out from other applications by creating a unique image for it, conveyed by a name, tagline, and logo — in other words, through branding.

Engineering the Future Webinar On-Demand
Engineering the Future Webinar On-Demand

In this webinar recording, technology leaders at TD Securities, AllianceBernstein and North Rock Capital Management cover topics such as interoperability and micro front ends.