Almost a month ago, aixigo was present in London at the FinDEVr, another format of the Finovate Group. In addition to many interesting presentations and dialogues, it was also a nice time in London. Marcus Gründler, Head of Portfolio Management Systems, and Jonas Pommerening, Software Developer, were out and about as a presenter team in London and have shown (‘there’ würde ich weglassen) in a short presentation how to quickly create individual customer solutions with aixigo’s Digital Wealth Management APIs and a workflow engine “off the shelf”. As an example of this served a process that identifies portfolios that fall below a performance threshold and realigns them based on the individual investment guidelines.
aixigo participated as a presenter in the Finovate Europe this February. Already during the event days there were some interviews with our colleagues. Included was a video interview with Fintech Finance – a magazine for the financial sector which is available in print and can be viewed on TV. Afterwards, there was a special edition in the Fintech Finance magazine on the Finovate event and aixigo was asked anew to for an interview.
Now, a few weeks later, we have written down our impressions of the whole process – from different points of view. All in all we can say, FinovateEurope was an awesome experience and we really enjoyed it! And now, have a look at our developer’s and presenter’s view of aixigo’s project “Finovate Europe 2017”:
Read what David, our participating developer, experienced:
At the beginning of December my manager placed an Amazon echo on my desk. “David, we have the idea to present at the Finovate Europe beginning of February. Can you get Amazon Alexa to talk to the PMS API until then?”.
Soft-Shake 2015 As part of the open source project LaxarJS, two of our employees, Alexander Wilden and I, were invited to the Soft-Shake conference in Geneva. There we had the opportunity to present the new approach of integrating enterprise applications that aixigo uses to build individual advisory solutions. Here is a summary of the session from the LaxarJS blog:
The Soft-Shake conference was a pleasant event, with both international speakers and numerous representatives of the Swiss banking world in attendance. The range of topics was accordingly diverse: from robotics to software product development. We are already looking forward to getting together again for some white wine and cheese fondue!