San Francisco – May 16, 2018 – NodeSource, the Node.js® company, today announced that it has joined the Fintech Open Source Foundation (FINOS), an independent nonprofit organization focused on promoting open technological innovation within financial services.
NodeSource will contribute its expertise in Node.js to the FINOS ecosystem of community-driven projects and working groups that are focused on delivering solutions for the financial services industry. Node.js is the fastest-growing open source project on earth, and NodeSource is the only commercial provider specializing in Node.js for the enterprise. The platform underpins many applications used across the financial services spectrum.
“We're excited to be part of this innovative organization and look forward to collaborating with FINOS and the other member companies,” said NodeSource CEO Travis Adlman. "As the financial services industry’s use of – and reliance on – open source platforms continues to grow and change, being part of FINOS will help us ensure that Node.js is well represented.”
“NodeSource is a great addition to our organization,” said FINOS Executive Director Gabriele Columbro. “Node.js is a key open source technology for modernization and innovation in the financial services sector, and NodeSource’s leadership in that community will bring immense value to our ecosystem.”
The Fintech Open Source Foundation (FINOS) is an independent nonprofit organization focused on promoting open innovation during a period of unprecedented technological transformation within financial services. FINOS believes that organizations that embrace open source software development and common standards will be best positioned to capture the growth opportunities presented by this transformation. The Foundation offers an Open Developer Platform (ODP), a compliant Open Source Readiness Program and The Open Source Strategy Forum (OSSF), the leading global event for financial executives and technologists dedicated to open innovation. Foundation OSS Projects are Apache 2.0 licensed and available on GitHub. For more information, visit https://www.finos.org.