1) Single sign-in automatically each day. This went live in our production environment today providing Money.Net customers with frictionless access to Symphony with a simple single sign in to Money.Net. From today, when customers sign into Money.Net they will have the ability to have Symphony's communication platform auto login seamlessly and securely. This single sign in will save mutual customers valuable time as they log in every day to Money.Net. Symphony will boot up at the same time as Money.Net;
2) Proof of concept for a deeper Money.Net//Symphony integration. Our vision as a partner with Symphony is to have a much richer Money.Net plus Symphony user experience. The proof of concept Money.Net is showing today at Symphony Innovate shows the potential of this. Symphony partnering with Money.Net allows communication streams to become market context aware.
"We're thrilled to include Money.Net as a partner on Symphony," says Frederic Stemmelin, Symphony's VP of Business Development. "As we build the technology for a streamlined platform, we look to our partners to improve the collaboration experience with relevant high-quality content. When a user adds Money.Net to their workflow they're getting real-time content that informs better decision-making. And that translates to the kind of results customers expect in the future of work."
Joining the Symphony Partner Program affords us an opportunity to sell content directly to customers on the Symphony platform, an entirely new channel to deliver and monetize innovations to some of the world's largest companies. Symphony provides a secure transport layer for apps and content that allows customers to consume external content while maintaining compliance. By presenting our content through a secure and compliant communications platform, we're becoming part of the workflow for the modern worker.
The Money.Net desktop application, Excel add in, MATLAB integration and mobile apps provide multi asset class (equities, commodities, FX, fixed income) global coverage at 1/15th the cost of a legacy terminal.
By being partners of Symphony, we're investing in a future of work that is more productive, intuitive, and secure for our industry.
The secure, cloud-based communications platform that connects markets and individuals, Symphony promotes collaboration and increases workflow productivity while maintaining organizational compliance. Founded in October 2014 and headquartered in Palo Alto, CA, the company has offices in New York, Hong Kong, and London. Symphony has raised $170 million from the world's largest financial institutions and recognized investors, including: Bank of America Merrill Lynch, BlackRock, BNY Mellon, Citadel, Citi, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Google Inc., Goldman Sachs, HSBC, J.P. Morgan, Jefferies, Lakestar, Maverick, Merus Capital, Morgan Stanley, Natixis, Nomura, Societe Generale, UBS and Wells Fargo.
Money.Net is a suite of applications people used to interact with financial information in their jobs or for research every day to increase productivity and make money. Banks, hedge funds, asset managers, business school students and academics in 57 countries use Money.Net. Money.Net is the New York based, modern, affordable, new replacement for clunky old legacy systems. The Money.Net desktop application, Excel add in, MATLAB integration and mobile apps provide multi asset class (equities, commodities, FX, fixed income) global coverage. Money.Net provides real time and historical market price data, reference data (financials, economic data, supply and demand fundamentals), breaking real time news, voice squawk, severe weather and earthquake visualization on maps, and much more all for 1/15th the cost of a legacy terminal.
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