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Rogue Wave tools and libraries for financial services

Financial services is the second largest vertical market of high performance computing, including high-frequency trading, risk management, securities and derivatives pricing, and economic analytics. With increased competition, a growing skills gap, and stronger regulations, it's more challenging than ever to deliver applications that meet demanding performance requirements.

In this report, senior analyst Michael Feldman from Intersect360 Research discusses the current financial services developer market and presents an analysis of how unique tools and libraries from Rogue Wave Software increase developer productivity and reduce deployment and maintenance costs.

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Risk-AI

Risk-AI is an award-winning risk management firm offering hedge fund investors and advisors, a cloud-based analytics and research portal for funds of hedge funds, family office, and investment consultants. Risk-AI didn't want to reinvent the wheel when building the underlying mathematical and statistical foundation for their innovative hedge fund risk analysis and forecasting solution. A review of similar tools found gaps in usability and support that didn't fit the company's desire for a comprehensive and easy-to-use solution. Staying true to their "most people want simple solutions" philosophy, Risk-AI standardized on Rogue Wave IMSL Numerical Libraries for their ease of integration, reliability, helpful documentation, and completeness of functions.

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Large bank: Bulding a digital payments platform

In 2014, a large bank performed an internal assessment to project necessary infrastructure changes. The team’s challenge was to anticipate current and future market trends and opportunities. The bank’s resources focused on revenue strategy and tactical development to roll out profitable, new initiatives. Energy was directed into exploring successful channels for its core competencies. This action lead to creating a successful and profitable next generation digital payments platform for the strongest areas of the bank: Business and retail banking as well as wealth management.

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Top ten US bank: Improve user experience with tools and technology

This Fortune 500 company offers a broad range of financial products and services to consumers, small businesses, and commercial clients. The bank wanted to create better end customer experiences with a suite of tools and technology to simplify their daily lives with services to help them manage money, credit, and identity, amongst other essential things.

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Global bank: Creating and optimizing revenue channels with APIs

This customer is a multi-national banking corporation with a long history of providing retail and investment banking services. The bank needed to find a way to develop new revenue channels and optimize existing channels, and realized that APIs provided a great vehicle to fulfill this business strategy.

Taking a disrupt, or be disrupted mindset, the bank realized that it needed to open up its banking applications for partners to use as an platform for innovation.

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Global financial services company: Deploying an enterprise wide SOA infrastructure

A global financial services company invested in a large deployment of IBM WebSphere DataPower appliances as the foundation of its enterprise-wide SOA infrastructure. Their challenge was to plan, design, develop, deploy, and then manage IT services in the SOA. Every stage of its SOA lifecycle required the proper tools, workflows, and automated integration to ensure that it could make services operational. To realize its SOA governance objectives, the company selected the Akana SOA governance solution for DataPower.

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