The newly appointed Symphony CCE and former COO of Cloud9 on electronic trading, voice communication and the integration with Symphony.
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The Global Head of Solutions on working closely with Symphony Product and Sales colleagues to drive product development based on market trends, insight and client feedback.
Dietmar Fauser, CIO of Symphony, hosts a special panel discussion with Goldman Sachs and FINOS, on the power of open source, it’s adoption in financial markets, and how it’s accelerating and enabling innovation across the industry.
Stephen Murphy, CEO of Genesis, and Krishna Nadella, Global Head of Solutions at Symphony, explain the logic behind technology companies joining forces to provide transformational and efficiency-enhancing services.
How a microservices architecture can be choreographed to deliver overall product functions, allow data sharing, and power data analytics in an enterprise architecture.
Communicating with customers via their preferred channels doesn’t need to be a compliance risk. In fact, it can be an opportunity to differentiate your service and transform your business.
Symphony’s core collaboration capabilities and its Cloud9 voice platform offers a robust suite of tools, purpose-built for the financial markets. With the move to remote communication channels, our market-specific capabilities became an enabler of this sudden shift.
As volatility events occur with greater velocity and variability, Symphony CEO, Brad Levy, discusses how trust and technology help navigate a worldwide moment of change.
Disney. Starbucks. Coca-Cola. Some iconic brands inspire such intense loyalty that they become part of enthusiasts’ identities. Perhaps the most compelling example in modern memory is Apple: millions of people around the world are deeply devoted to the company’s products, and their dedication (and willingness to pay a premium for their hardware) has made Apple one of the most successful companies in history. Yet, Apple’s technology is based on an exclusive ecosystem. To be an Apple user, generally speaking, you must buy an Apple device (or in some cases, several of them…between me, my wife, and my kids we have 6). This contrasts with Google’s Android model, whose operating system integrates with a variety of smartphones and other devices.