At Scott Logic, we’ve seen an emerging vision of an integrated desktop ecosystem, with various open source and vendor products – such as OpenFin, Glue42 and Finsemble – providing interoperability. However, we aren’t quite there yet.
In a new series of webinars with some of our most senior consultants, we’ll be discussing why your business should consider adopting these products, the range of benefits they bring, and the various challenges you need to bear in mind.
So, what difference can an integrated desktop ecosystem make?
Your traders and other financial professionals interact with a wide range of systems throughout the course of their day. Working across this cluttered application estate can be a challenge, resulting in workflows that are fractured and inefficient.
What if their desktop applications – old and new – were always up to date, and worked together harmoniously in an interface that surfaced data tailored to their needs, allowing them to respond rapidly?
Our webinar series will explore this software from a wide range of perspectives, helping you and your teams assess the difference it could make in the specific context of your business, and what steps you can take next.
You can watch the first video in the series below, and find details of upcoming webinars. We’ll keep updating this page as further details of future webinars are confirmed.
Request your copy of our new white paper
The new white paper by our CTO Colin Eberhardt identifies the core building blocks that are required to build an integrated desktop application ecosystem using a combination of web and legacy technologies. He looks at the challenges involved in moving from legacy desktop technologies to web technologies, and reviews the various products that form the building blocks of this ecosystem of the future.
To request your copy of Building an integrated desktop ecosystem for Finance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Weds 9 September
A more capable web
More details of this webinar to be confirmed soon.
Chief Technology Officer
The New Normal for your Desktop: Creating tomorrow’s integrated desktop ecosystem
Traders and other financial professionals interact with a wide range of systems throughout the course of their day. Working across this cluttered application estate can be a challenge, resulting in workflows that are fractured and inefficient.
Recently, we’ve seen an emerging vision for a more integrated desktop application ecosystem, with various open-source and vendor products – such as OpenFin, Glue42 and Finsemble – providing integration and interoperability.
In this webinar, Colin:
- describes the compelling business benefits of these technologies
- explores key challenges, including the migration of legacy applications
- sets out a pragmatic adoption approach through which your business can be early adopters of the New Normal
Over the course of three webinars, Mark Jose, Technical Principal at Scott Logic, provided a technical introduction to the features and capabilities of three desktop container products. Through the webinars, he focused in particular on how these products can offer your organisation a low-risk strategy in migrating away from your legacy application estate.
This technical webinar sets out the steps involved in migrating a legacy application into the OpenFin desktop container. Mark introduces you to some of OpenFin’s main features and also covers some of the value-added features you get with the tool, such as distribution and the FDC3 App Directory.
This technical webinar sets out the steps involved in migrating a legacy application into the Glue42 desktop container. Mark introduces you to some of Glue42’s main features and also covers some of the value-added features you get with the tool, such as integration with external services.
Building desktop applications with Finsemble
This technical webinar sets out the steps involved in migrating a legacy application into the Finsemble desktop container. Mark introduces you to some of Finsemble’s main features and also covers some of the value-added features you get with the tool, such as integration with native Java and .NET applications.
Think workflow, not app
With digital technology, we tend to think in terms of applications and the functionality they offer. However, people are typically driven by broader intents than the isolated tasks addressed by individual apps.
In this webinar, Innovation Director Graham Odds explores the potential of desktop container technologies to cultivate an integrated desktop ecosystem, and shares some techniques for taking a workflow-focused approach to software design.
Ready to plan your integration journey?
At Scott Logic, we’ve supported a wide range of clients in establishing and cultivating an integrated desktop application ecosystem, boosting staff productivity.
If you’d like to discuss how your organisation can take a pragmatic, incremental approach to creating the desktop ecosystem of the future, we’re always happy to chat. Please contact Colin Eberhardt on +44 333 101 0020 or email him at email@example.com.