Giant Machines Partners with OpenFin to Deliver Innovative Applications for Capital Markets09.09.2016
Giant Machines.com – NEW YORK – Giant Machines, a capital markets software consultancy, has announced a partnership with OpenFin, the financial industry’s leading provider of HTML5 runtime technology. The partnership enables Giant Machines to explore innovative new user experiences for the financial industry, leveraging OpenFin’s groundbreaking work with secure HTML5 containers along with Excel integrations and native language adapters.
Utilizing OpenFin, Giant Machines has built native experience, multi-window trading and front-office applications. Working within this framework enables on-demand deployment of financial applications with a software development velocity rarely seen in capital markets.
Frank Cantelmi, CEO of Giant Machines, said: “Working with OpenFin and their team of world class engineers has allowed us to provide immediate ROI for our clients and our own engineering initiatives. We’ve been able to cut the development time for our clients by leveraging OpenFin’s mature APIs. The new partnership has given us a direct line into their product roadmap and allows us to present modern, easily deployed solutions to our clients.”
About Giant Machines
Giant Machines is a software consultancy specializing in front office application design and development for the capital markets. With broad experience building applications in finance, manufacturing, media and research, the team at Giant Machines’ knows the business and technology that drive the markets. For more information, please visit www.giantmachines.com.
OpenFin is the financial industry’s leading HTML5 container. Built on Google Chromium and tailored for financial firms, OpenFin is a powerful HTML5 engine that enables seamless deployment, native experience and desktop integration. The world’s largest banks and trading platforms use OpenFin to deploy applications both in-house and to over 250 buy-side and over 40 sell-side customers. For more information, please visit www.openfin.co.
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