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Symphony Appoints Michael Lynch as Chief Product Officer 4 June 2021, New York – Symphony Communication Services has appointed Michael Lynch as Chief Product Officer,
The importance of diversity of thought as firms navigate data democratization across people, processes, and platforms
The value of diversity of thought in business is well-established: Companies where 30 percent of executives or more are women are nearly 50 percent more likely to outperform financially, and 67 percent of candidates consider workforce diversity when evaluating job offers. A range of backgrounds and experiences facilitates creativity, problem-solving and positive outcomes.
In a recent webinar, David Gurlé, formerly of Symphony, and Steven Quick, Principal Solution Architect – Financial Services with Amazon Web Services (“AWS”), discussed how many financial institutions are working to transform faster while also meeting ever more stringent compliance requirements on data safety, security and transparency.
StreetLinx Inc., the financial services counterparty mapping platform, has developed and rolled out on Symphony the StreetLinx Alert Bot, which alerts users of organizational changes at the firms they interact with.
Today I proudly start my tenure as chief executive officer of Symphony. I step into this new role with a clarity of focus: I am grounded in our clients’ needs and understand they have choices. I will ensure that Symphony is the best product to fit the needs of our community and tailored to the individual user experience.
Last week we concluded the Symphony U: Fintech Challenge – a Symphony programming competition held for university students across the United States.
You’re probably familiar with the concept of spiritual nirvana, a transcendent state of being associated with Buddhism. What if we applied this concept to the workplace — more specifically, to workflows used by traders at buy- and sell-side financial firms? What would “workflow nirvana” look like, and what would it take to achieve it?
Symphony Innovate 2020 brought together hundreds of attendees digitally to hear financial services executives and technology experts discuss new global markets workflows, how to connect the virtual workforce, and the role of security in remote collaboration.
Symphony Innovate Europe 2020 [Digital] hosted over 700 live attendees for an action-packed agenda where executives and technology experts discussed how to streamline secure collaboration, connect information systems, and automate workflow across global markets.