Our challenge for the next five years and beyond is to evolve the Symphony platform to support our customers as they navigate these issues. As we prepare to launch Symphony 2.0, we are not only monitoring the global finance vertical, but also developments in leading workplace collaboration platforms. Here’s a short preview of three trends we anticipate for 2020.
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Symphony’s New WeChat Integration Engages Customers on Preferred Platform in Compliance with Regulatory Requirements
Symphony and TenCent recently announced a partnership to enable communication between Symphony users and the WeChat/Weixin community.
This year, we hosted 115 developers across three locations for the Symphony Innovate 2019 Hackathons. Talented teams from the Symphony community came together in London, Paris, and New York to develop scalable solutions that bring progress and efficiency to their firms.
Symphony founder and CEO David Gurlé kicked off the day’s activities with an overview of the main pressures facing the global markets: complexity, inefficiency, cost pressures, and regulation.
As the international Symphony community continues to grow, introducing Meetings for Android is just one of the ways we’re working to make it easy for our users to collaborate–no matter where in the world they are.
This is the challenge of “last mile” of automation for global markets: when organizations want to extend the tools and solutions they’ve built together to their various clients and partners. But this is also where the industry will see the greatest ROI.