Hand holding, Training and Coaching
The training and coaching enabled the team to become conversant with the best practices, and they confidently built the system with knowledge about the Scala Ecosystem.
About Bank of America
A United States-based Financial Services company dedicated to providing digital banking and lending solutions to banks, credit unions, alternative finance, and fintech companies in the U.S. and internationally. With comprehensive end-to-end solution sets, the company enables its partners to provide cohesive, secure, data-driven experiences to every account holder – from consumers to small businesses and corporate
They were heading towards an ambitious goal of improving the performance and stability of their derivatives platform which involved huge amount of transactions to the booths and depots. With extreme growth on the horizon, they needed to re-train and motivate the existing developers to reconstruct major portions of the system on Scala. With their existing Scala development team, a fraction of the size they needed a plan of attack.
The Architects and Engineers from NashTech worked for hand in hand with the development team of the financial institution to train the existing engineers on Scala and to get them started with development. The handholding and coaching included architecture planning and designing with the team to use the best practices of Scala Ecosystem. NashTech now audits the system every few sprints to ensure that the best practices are being adhered to.
With NashTech engineers working alongside the in-house development team, organisation realised benefits by getting started on a strong footing. The training and coaching enabled the team to become conversant with the best practices, and they confidently built the system with knowledge about the Scala Ecosystem. The Global Markets group originates, sells and trades financial assets through established trading hubs, exchange memberships and primary dealerships in all the major financial markets across the Asia Pacific region.