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Finance 2.0

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Paul BlankCapital Markets eTrading Consultant - London

Optimising performance of single-dealer platforms

23 January 2012  |  3156 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

Many of the posts in this blog quite rightly focus on how single dealer platforms (SDPs) solve the problem of delivering compelling business workflows to clients right across the trade life-cycle. And why a well researched and intuitive UX design, is so critical to the usability of the platform by end users. However, perhaps we don’t talk here eno...

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James Richards80-30 - London

The future of banking is loud and clear

11 January 2012  |  3308 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

Digital banking has already worked wonders for those who want to beat in-branch queues, but some might argue that simply asking for a transaction to be completed is still easier than typing an instruction into a computer. The answer could soon be found in voice activation technology, with many smartphones now enabling users to simply say a command...

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A Five Percent Return on Facebook Credits?

04 January 2012  |  6093 views  |  0  |  Recommends 1

Walk by the enormous gift card displays at big box retailers like Walmart, Target, and Best Buy, and you will see gift cards for Facebook Credits in $10, $25, and $50 denominations (Credits are curren...

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