OpenFin: user experience is new differentiating factor for banks

Market participants want agile applications that interact easily with other software

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Market participants value the benefits of applications working seamlessly together, says OpenFin

Siloed proprietary trading platforms are becoming a thing of the past, giving way to bank single-dealer platforms interacting with third-party providers’ technology to offer a continuous workflow environment on their trading desktops.

One of the early pioneers of the concept is BNP Paribas, which recently revamped its single-dealer platform Cortex based on HTML5, the latest version of the web programming language that includes support for application programming interfaces (APIs) to be used in

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