Posts Tagged ‘Standards’

Challenges For Blockchain

Blockchain is not a new technology; it has been available since the introduction of bitcoin in 2008. However, alternative applications in financial services have not yet achieved a critical mass of acceptance. There are some reasons for this, including the following. Regulatory Approval There is currently no legal framework that regulates the application of blockchain technology […]

Relationships With Regulatory Authorities [Trend To Watch]

Tim Lind, global head of financial regulatory solutions at Thomson Reuters, sat down with Finextra at Sibos, the annual conference organized by SWIFT, to discuss the challenges financial services companies face when it comes to regulatory change. To put the regulatory climate into better perspective, Mr. Lind pointed out a few facts: Over the last […]

[Guide] Top 15 Financial Services Trends For 2017

While we can’t always be certain which trends the new year will bring, we can offer predictions based on our conversations with industry executives and our customers, looking at what companies have accomplished in the past year, and the initiatives they already have in place for the future. In fact, that’s exactly how we compiled […]

Why Developers Don’t Follow UI and Brand Standards

Abbey Smalley just posted a good article on “Why Your Developers Aren’t Following Your Brand Standards”  I find this interesting because I keep seeing sites or sub-sites that fail to follow any standard at all.  It usually isn’t for lack of a published standard. Most likely, the developers were busy or the company failed to […]

Why Developers Don't Follow UI and Brand Standards

Abbey Smalley just posted a good article on “Why Your Developers Aren’t Following Your Brand Standards”  I find this interesting because I keep seeing sites or sub-sites that fail to follow any standard at all.  It usually isn’t for lack of a published standard. Most likely, the developers were busy or the company failed to […]

PowerDesigner Tips – Column Ordering

In our standards XEM file (extended model definition), I’ve added column ordering functionality by categorizing each column and then ordering the categories. Column groups are defined in a BaseColumn template.  We have:   PRIM,0,%Primary% ROWMETA,3,%extIsRowDateMeta% META,4,%extIsMetaColumn% AKNONMETA,1,%AllKeys% BASE,2,TRUE