At Innovate 2020, our clients reflected on their learnings and focus areas during the pandemic. The similarity between messaging and priorities stood out, with three themes emerging: (1) more connected workflows and analytics for straight-through-processing; (2) real-time connectivity to contacts and networks for answers and information; (3) increased collaboration and transparency across teams.
GreenKey Technologies recently competed in Symphony’s New York Hackathon where they won the Most Cutting Edge Workflow award for their GK Research Bot, created to help increase efficiency between sell-side and buy-side research teams.
CapitalMarkets Online won the Most Impactful Business Automation award in Symphony’s recently held London hackathon. The team competed with the CEDAR bot, which stands for Cross Entity Document Approval and Review. CEDAR is a solution that allows for cross company review and approval of documents and tracking of changes.
There is no debate that the way we work has been transformed in 2020. A new wave of digital collaboration and innovation drove record growth of the Symphony community. More than half a million users count on Symphony to connect, collaborate and create efficient workflows. Here are some highlights.
This year’s Digital APAC Hackathon had a total of 29 participants from 8 teams competing for the Most Cutting-Edge Technical Development, Most Impactful Business Automation and Best Work From Home Workflow awards.
During our virtual Symphony Innovate New York 2020 event, it was my pleasure to host a breakout panel discussion on operations workflows featuring three leaders from the Symphony community, representing BlackRock, BNY Mellon and Credit Suisse.