Using next-generation technologies to meet growth targets.

The challenge

Our client is one of the world’s leading financial exchanges and market infrastructure providers. Since 1993, it has built a strong reputation for giving companies and investors access to global capital markets.

To maintain this leading position, the business recognized it was crucial to boost its digital infrastructure and adopt next-generation technologies like automation.


We took a deep dive into our client’s existing business and IT strategies. Our recommendations included applying Intelligent Automation as well as advanced analytics and cloud deployments.

We then set about designing and implementing a customized, next-generation, low-code automation platform. By focusing on its strategic business objectives, we were able to deliver automation focused on faster execution, cost savings, service consistency, and rapid scaling.

To support the development of the platform, we also helped their teams to adopt the modern ways of working required for making economically driven decisions on automation. And to ensure that the automation platform was widely supported and adopted, we presented the skill sets that they would need to continue to adapt to changing architecture and technology needs.

Emergn helped us to design and develop a customized automation platform that perfectly fits to our needs and requirements. An off the shelf solution would not have been an option for us.

Head of Big Data and Automation

Our impact

After a successful go-live with the low-code automation platform, our client began implementing more and more automation use cases. We enabled their teams to continue this scaling up of automation while meeting strict complex compliance obligations for other areas of the business.

After supporting the rollout of its first automation platform, Emergn has gone on to help our client set up a Center of Excellence so it can embed automation right across its operations.

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