Many of us want to build robust, federated solutions on top of applications from multiple vendors – but what happens when we don’t speak the same language? Securities, companies, people, ships, risk factors, listings, bank loans, options, structured products, and private placements are all represented differently by different vendors. How do we cut through the sea of data to deliver the workflow solutions our users require? We need a universal translator to bring us all together. In this presentation, FactSet will discuss solving this problem across data providers and embracing the FDC3 standards to help advance the multi-vendor workflow model.
Watch the presentation below to learn more.
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OpenFin as a desktop scaffold allows FactSet to deliver turn-key services and workflow solutions. FactSet provides a seamless user experience spanning idea generation, research, portfolio construction, trade execution, performance measurement, risk management, reporting, and portfolio analysis to drive productivity.
- Gain a multi-window desktop experience using HTML5 components
- Ensure communication with applications using interoperability standards
- Leverage a consistent foundation/platform for symbology & concordance
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Vice President, Director, Sales Engineering | FactSet
Patrick Starling heads up FactSet’s Global Sales Engineering team which is focused on building technology partnerships and next generation enterprise solutions with the full suite of FactSet’s technology, content, applications and people. Previously, Patrick has worked at FactSet as a datafeeds Sales Engineer, as VP – Key Accounts acting as a global account manager for large Fortune 500 asset managers, and started as a FactSet Consultant. Patrick holds degrees in Economics and Theatre Arts from Virginia Tech, and is currently studying for a Masters in Information Technology from the University of Massachusetts Lowell.