Finovate Spring 2018 Demo

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Founder and CEO, Hossein Rahnama and Director of Software Tools and Frameworks, Justin Lam demonstrated our capabilities to attendees at Finovate Spring 2018. The demonstration showcased the depth of our Digital Experience Platform by delivering  engaging use cases to the audience in real time.

Watch the video below for the full demonstration.

Finovate Spring 2018 marked our fourth appearance in the Finovate series.

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