The simplest example of app interop is the copy & paste of data between apps within a tech stack
We use this everyday with the copy/paste sharing of data across apps in mobile.
In capital markets, the Copy/Paste of data is automated across applications within desktop containers. Both with long existing systems (like Bloomberg shown below) and with newer systems using FDC3.
The context data we share in app interop are nouns, the intents we use are verbs
The FDC3 standard defines nouns and verbs for finance so that all financial apps can speak the same language
However, the landscape for copy/paste is fragmented by a growing number of tech stacks and walled gardens. Even if different tech stacks are using FDC3 they can't copy/paste across these boundaries.
Connectifi makes this copy / paste possible to do anywhere by moving it to the cloud so that interop can happen across containers, web browsers, and across desktop and mobile devices.