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.
Secure, seamless cross-firm
Work live with your clients and counterparties with modern, connected collaboration technology.
How Symphony works
Symphony combines conventional chat, voice, and video conferencing onto one platform.
On Symphony, just click a button to start a message. Chat directly with one or many people inside and outside your company.
Stay connected with other team members in an online work space with persistent messaging, file exchange, live screen share and more.
Use Saved Messages to collect important messages in a single place where you can search them, make notes, and organize into checklists
Own your data
Messaging tools can be hacked just like other systems. Only the ones with strong security will protect the valuable data contained within. Symphony’s strategy combines true end-to-end encryption and compliance for protection from every angle.
A Symphony message is encrypted the instant sent. Only the intended receiver can decrypt it. That’s true end-to-end encryption.
Symphony enables total compliance with features like information barriers, data loss prevention (DLP), user entitlements, room monitoring, and automatic content archiving.
Independent security and privacy experts regularly conduct audits in order to certify our safeguards.
Automate tasks and workflows
Save time and free up resources for high-touch, value-add work with automated digital assistants or bots.
Apps and integrations
Integrate Symphony with existing systems to create digital workflows that are faster and more accurate. Assign apps and bots to routine duties like filling out forms, client requests, database searches and more.
Build your own bot
Symphony developers and partners create automation tools and bot integrations for customers. We can identify workflows most suited to automation and work to build your solution.
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.
Earlier this week, I am happy to say we hosted our first in-person Symphony Innovate in over two years. Things, of course, worked a bit differently this year for the attendees gathered in person, but coming together with members of the Symphony community was something we all dearly missed! Hundreds of digital attendees also tuned in around the globe to see live demos of new products and integrations, and to hear discussions between financial services and technology leaders from around the globe.