Buyer’s Guide: Buyside & Sellside Low-code / No-code Solutions 2024

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Exploring the Key Purchasing Criteria of Evolving Investment Bank
& Buyside Firm Vendor Selection Exercises

This report assesses the key purchasing criteria that buyside firms and sellside institutions could use when selecting a vendor-provided low-code / no-code platform or solution for use within a front- or middle-office trading and risk management business IT environment.

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Low-code / no-code software is a new means of applications development and tooling that allows financial services firms to rapidly design, develop and deploy microservices for internal-operational or external, client-facing purposes. However, much like complex buy-and-build trading systems technology that typically comes as an off-the-shelf product, there is no one-size-fits-all approach to low-code / no-code platform or solution use.

Instead, GreySpark believes that there are nine KPCs broken out across three groupings that both business and IT stakeholders within any asset management, corporate and investment bank or institutional investment firm can consider when conducting a low-code / no-code vendor selection exercise in 2024:

  1. Use Case KPCs, which focus on how low-code / no-code software can be used to create
    • Digital Journeys;
    • Business Workflows; and
    • Enterprise Systems.
  2. Development Paradigm KPCs, which focus on the skills that business users may need to drive the software in terms of
    • Code Generation;
    • Scripting & Rules Automation; and
    • Zero Code Automation.
  3. Interconnected Target Users KPCs, spanning the potential needs of
    • Core Developers;
    • Rapid Application Developers; and
    • Citizen Developers.

This report reviews the findings of a GreySpark survey of 20 low-code / no-code vendor-provided products – 12 that are sellside-centric in terms of their target user base, and eight that are buyside-centric – to understand the extent to which each offering fulfils the criteria of the outlined KPCs. The third-party vendor products reviewed in this report are:

Sellside-centric Platforms / Solutions

  • Actico
  • Aurachain
  • Bizagi
  • Duco
  • Fintus
  • FlowX.AI
  • Genesis Global
  • Oriana Software
  • valantic FSA
  • Vermeg
  • Xceptor

Buyside-centric Platforms / Solutions

  • Druid
  • FintechOS
  • Fortia Financial Solutions
  • Genus
  • Innoveo
  • Instanda
  • Synerise
  • WebRatio

Published on: 26 Apr, 2024
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Description

  • 1.0 The LCNC Platforms / Solutions Business & Functionality Landscape
    • 1.1 Market Trends: The LCNC Platforms / Solutions Business Landscape
    • 1.2 Market Trends: The LCNC Platforms / Solutions Technology Landscape
  • 2.0 Assessing the Featured LCNC Platforms / Solutions
    • 2.1 Assessment Methodology: Key Purchasing Criteria
    • 2.2 Analysis of the Featured LCNC Platforms / Solutions Key Purchasing Criteria
  • 3.0 Surveyed Sellside- & Buyside-centric LCNC Platforms / Solutions
    • 3.1 Sellside-centric Platforms / Solutions
      • 3.1.1 Actico
      • 3.1.2 Aurachain
      • 3.1.3 Bizagi
      • 3.1.4 Duco
      • 3.1.5 Fintus
      • 3.1.6 FlowX.AI
      • 3.1.7 Genesis Global
      • 3.1.8 Oriana Software
      • 3.1.9 Ultimus
      • 3.1.10 valantic FSA
      • 3.1.11 Vermeg
      • 3.1.12 Xceptor
    • 3.2 Buyside-centric Platforms / Solutions
      • 3.2.1 Druid
      • 3.2.2 FintechOS
      • 3.2.3 Fortia Financial Solutions
      • 3.2.4 Genus
      • 3.2.5 Innoveo
      • 3.2.6 Instanda
      • 3.2.7 Synerise
      • 3.2.8 WebRatio
  • 4.0 Appendices
    • 4.1 Table of Figures

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