Mackey’s very own Spencer Gaston and Joseph Cho had a blast introducing functional programming to General Assembly’s latest cohort in Manhattan this week. They ran an Elm workshop showing the next generation of developers how functional programming can help build better quality front-end web applications.
The Mackey development team prides itself on using best-in-class technologies and techniques to build the highest quality SaaS-based research management platform for investment management organizations across the world. Functional programming is a large part of the strategy, and it's used extensively throughout the stack.
MackeyRMS is a provider of SaaS-based research management software engineered to optimize the way analysts and portfolio managers generate, share, debate and act on investment research conducted for actively managed portfolios. Relied upon as a single system of record for research supporting the investment process, MackeyRMS is used by many of the world’s leading investment managers to organize key investment workflows, engender trust from investors, and streamline regulatory and compliance oversight. MackeyRMS is used by institutional asset managers and asset owners across the Americas, EMEA and APAC regions.