Connexiti is a massive financial analysis system that Sibers developed for a client which has since been acquired by Bloomberg
When the project started, data was entered manually. After the format change and the
We also provided the project owner with a
The last part of Connexiti is a
- PostgresSQL Database
- DOM XML, PDO
- Stock Screener component
XML-RPC), RIA (OpenRico), X library
- Bizmap (applet for Thinkmap)
- Curl, Tidy
Connexiti was acquired by Bloomberg, and its owner was hired by Bloomberg as a financial analyst. Bloomberg’s tools, in use since 2012, are very similar to the ones developed by Sibers.
I found Sibers and shared with them my idea for starting a new business. My goal was to team up with a partner that was able to realize my vision. The task suggested a whole team of experienced developers, to evaluate the technology side, help with the necessary decisions of implementation, and create the product itself. I was looking for a responsible partner to cope with changing requirements and specifications, help with new ideas, and maintain flexibility while providing real results — all of the attributes necessary to turn a startup from an idea into a business. We started out small, and grew over time. Sibers has been the right choice, despite the long distance. We consider our collaboration a successful and beneficial one. Our business has undergone constant development and improvement for nearly three years, and we have many additional projects waiting to be implemented. (July 2008)
Connexiti has been working with Sibers for over three years now. We started with one developer, and have had as many as six working on the project, and now have a core group of four developers. We’re happy with the work we get from developers and our project manager manages to keep our complex project in line.
We're looking forward to a prosperous 2009, and only wish we could accept the repeated invitations to visit! So far it seems we've missed a solar eclipse, lots of snowboarding, an auto rally, and who knows what else.
Thanks Sibers for all your work, and maybe one day we'll be able to join in on the fun as well! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! (December 2008)
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