Company Background

ObjectCentric Solutions Inc. is a New York Based corporation formed in 1998. Our main objective is to help companies to take advantage of Object Technology by providing clients with architectural solutions, comprehensive training, and skills necessary to complete their projects life cycle efficiently. Our recent focus is in delivering applications with use of XML, Java, and C++. Some areas of our expertise are:

  • Financial applications: trading, fixed-income, and enterprise risk management systems; cash and liquidity management systems for corporate banking;
  • XML frameworks for generating XML documents out of object models; to effectively parse XML documents, and to provide XML documents persistence;
  • Financial Instruments modeling and developing interfaces with various trading and market feed systems (Kondor+, Devon, Siatol, Bridge, etc.);
  • Relational databases design and modeling, including database models for OLAP-like reporting applications;
  • System integration solutions for multi-tier applications;
  • Web services and J2EE development;
  • Development of Open-Source applications.

Our clients include Bankers Trust, IQ Financial Systems, Citibank, and others.

Background of Technology Director

Igor Dayen is President and Technology Director. Mr. Dayen is a senior system consultant with ten years of intensive object oriented design and development experience employing C++, Java, and Smalltalk. During this period, he has primarily served as a lead or senior developer on trading, deal capture, and portfolio risk management applications for the financial services industries. He is currently a member of the financial industry-wide FpML Architecture Working Group; tasked with prototyping XML data interchange for derivatives products.

Mr. Dayen earned Ph.D. in Computer Science in the area of network protocols and operating systems. He also completed Advanced Certificate Graduate Degree in Financial Engineering from Polytechnic University of New York.

His article "Storing XML in Relational Databases" was published in in 2001. Another article, about printing frameworks, was published in the SIGS magazine “Smalltalk Report” in 1997.