Financial Management

FinTech Sandbox Allows Scientific Financial Systems, Inc to Collaborate

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SFS (Scientific Financial Systems, Inc.) announced that it had been accepted into the FinTech Sandbox. The FinTech Sandbox provides market data and infrastructure technologies to FinTech startups from partners such as Factset, Refinitiv, and S&P. In exchange, the startups collaborate with other startup companies to share innovations and technologies for collaborating on projects.

We are ecstatic to be part of the FinTech Sandbox. The breadth and depth of our data will be beneficial for our product offering especially since we provide an open and data-agnostic environment to our clients to develop differentiated investment ideas."

SFS Founder and Chief Technology Officer Peter Millington.

Data is one of the most imperative resources for early-stage FinTechs as its inaccessibility poses a constant challenge and impedes innovation for their business and ultimately the entire financial services sector. We welcome Scientific Financial Systems to our Data Access Residency program, which enables entrepreneurs to build their companies, use their resources in more beneficial ways, and work more closely with financial firms to help them innovate."

Kelly Fryer, executive director, FinTech Sandbox.

SFS's Quotient platform combines modern, efficient, and robust analysis wide range of simplified financial content. With Quotient, investment managers can create differentiated investment strategies in an open environment by utilizing novel Python tools and data science.

The partnership with the FinTech Sandbox will prominently enhance our go-to-market strategy by broadening Quotient's appeal to institutional investment managers and hedge funds.”

Colin Longval, SFS Sales and Business Development Manager.

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