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.
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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.
Here at Symphony, we are avid users of the tools we build for our community. My colleague Olivier blogged this summer about Alfred and Bernard, bots we built on the Symphony platform to provide administrative support for our Developer Certification Program. More recently, we introduced a game-changing bot designed to interact with the broader Symphony community: SymBot.
Symphony 2.0 is loaded with features and tools to deliver a more intuitive and seamless user experience. The introduction of the workspaces feature is one of the most exciting and unique components of the new platform.
Since joining Symphony earlier this year, I’ve been looking forward to my first Innovate event. It’s an exciting time to be joining the team, and I was eager for the opportunity to connect with and learn from so many members of the Symphony community. Innovate New York 2020 did not disappoint–I signed off feeling inspired and energized by the experience, and hope you did as well.