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Interesting...they're moving towards analytics and automation as a service for cross-boarder payments performance.  It's a "nice to have", but the bottom-line product value is going to be in the savings that ODL delivers.  Neat feature, but not game changing IMHO.

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3 hours ago, Zedy44 said:

Interesting...they're moving towards analytics and automation as a service for cross-boarder payments performance.  It's a "nice to have", but the bottom-line product value is going to be in the savings that ODL delivers.  Neat feature, but not game changing IMHO.

I agree with what your saying but trust me, you wouldn't believe the amount of top brass that make moves based on a kick ass Bells and Whistle UI to boot.   I would say it is game changing  as we know Ripples applications do enterprise things but now they incorporate that enterprise look and feel,  like you said it still has to deliver but so far in the cases where it is in use it has!!  80% or more of a decision is based on visual perception. 

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3 hours ago, Zedy44 said:

Interesting...they're moving towards analytics and automation as a service for cross-boarder payments performance.  It's a "nice to have", but the bottom-line product value is going to be in the savings that ODL delivers.  Neat feature, but not game changing IMHO.

This might just be the thing that partners need to realize how much they are missing out by not utilizing ODL.

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44 minutes ago, ZeeperCreeper said:

This might just be the thing that partners need to realize how much they are missing out by not utilizing ODL.

Exactly!! Talk and technical jargon can only go so far especially when your talking to bankers and financers they typically want to see numbers, graphs and more graphs and charts they could give a rats ass about the technical innerworkings as long as the bottom line is what they want to see. I can personally testify to being in meetings with execs and having someone present something that's technically awesome but they send all technical people and tech material to present and they have pretty much lost the crowd in the first 10 minutes of the meeting all but the few technical people that were invited.  I have also seen the total opposite where a company comes in with the charts, graphs and data that those decision makers want to see and it's full engagement through out because they start off talking a familiar language.... This is going to go a long ways if you ask me Ripple just stepped their game up exponentially with this product.

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