MoneyScience, the leading Quantitative Finance web portal, today announced the launch of its new social platform for the Quantitative Finance, Risk Management and Technology sector of the investment community.
Online PR News – 01-July-2011 – – MoneyScience, the leading Quantitative Finance web portal, today announced the launch of its new social platform for the Quantitative Finance, Risk Management and Technology sector of the investment community.
The new platform has been built using the latest in social publishing technology, using Thematic Network's “Spine” Social Publishing Technology, which is based on a comprehensive suite of enterprise extensions to the Elgg Open Source social engine, which also comes from the Thematic stable.
The new platform provides full social networking functionality plus the ability to fully customise your experience of the site with an easy to use 'drag-and-drop' dashboard, which can also act as a portal and aggregation point for your other social activities, integrating with services like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, and a wide variety of other tools for the investment community.
Jacob Bettany, Founder and Managing Director of MoneyScience, said “While maintaining our curatorial editorial model, MoneyScience now offers users a highly interactive experience, giving users the opportunity not only to connect with other users and comment on our content, but also to contribute their own and make it available to other users, through our powerful content sharing and licensing functionality.”
“For vendors to this market, MoneyScience has created an advanced interface for customer engagement and activation. Our unique social model gives companies and institutions the opportunity to interact with users as users, while providing structured channels for brand-building, promotion and product awareness.”
Ken Yeadon, Partner at Thematic Capital, commented “We are excited to see MoneyScience launch as an innovative media title in its own right, and as the first production implementation of Thematic Networks’ Spine platform. We have worked closely with MoneyScience to develop the tools to support editorial and curatorial overlay on a social platform, providing a site that supports a distinctive editorial direction, community activation, and powerful collaborative features for niche online publication. We anticipate a continued evolution of these capabilities as we receive further user feedback.”
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For reference, MoneyScience covers the following main topics; Algorithmic Trading / HFT, Behavioural Finance, Computational Finance, Corporate Finance, Credit Risk, Derivatives Pricing and Hedging, Econometrics, Econophysics, Financial Engineering, Financial Regulation, Financial Technology, Hedge Funds, Islamic Finance, Liquidty Modeling, Market Microstructure, Neuroeconomics, Portfolio Management, Quantitative Finance and Risk Management.