The Future of the Capital Markets Application Stack
The Path to 2030 with Low Code/No Code
When it comes to the capital markets, a shift is underway in the process of application development. This is driven by increasing demands across heterogeneous technology and application stacks for ease in business value. The biggest opportunity today for firms is to rethink their approach to how they build, buy, and bind their complicated tech and app stacks in this time of exploding data, digital demands, and cost pressures.
Technology is such a key part of the capital markets today that the demand for new business features has pushed much of the application development processes to its limits. Purpose-built capital markets platforms offer speed, agility, and automation in building, buying, and binding across disparate data, application, and technology, as well as different types of business and development users.
The capital markets in 2030 will be defined by fusing data, technology, and services into extendible offerings that move beyond the mostly transactional nature of today’s business.
Low code/no code in capital markets comes in a variety of shapes. They will have domain expertise, performance, and the right connections to key data, vendor, and messaging infrastructures. They allow developers and other business users to rapidly deploy, and they offer traders, compliance, risk, and management the ability to get the insight they need at any speed.