The global insurer is looking at processes where people can be removed from the equation and areas where it can get closer to the customer.
The mainframe will win a new lease of life once enterprises learn to apply agile devops techniques to the platform, according to Compuware's CEO
Some intriguing digital payroll futures are in the works at SAP and elsewhere, even though existing systems are among the last to move to the cloud
Launched in 2010, Metro Bank has put customer service and experience at the centre of what it does.
Analyst Dean Bubley discusses at Nexterday North this week how the role of a telecoms provider could be helped by blockchain technology.
At Web Summit this year, a fintech entrepreneur and a bank’s head of innovation went head to head over how digital disruption is likely to develop in the financial services sector
The UK's headed towards £1.945 trillion national debt pre-Brexit, but the British finance minister and his team are spending billions to beef up the country's digital infrastructure and attract outside tech investment.
The UK government is announcing a hefty broadband investment three times this week, but is it money well spent to create a post-Brexit digital age Industrial Strategy for Britain?
Prime Minister Theresa May wants to avoid the mistakes of the past and enable British digital age start-ups to scale up to succeed. But what's the reality behind the rhetoric?
Barclays, one of the world’s largest banks, explains how it is modernising its IT in order to cope with new digital banking models.
Technology and innovation are built into the Visa business model, according to outgoing CEO Charles Scharf.
RBS was speaking at Adobe Symposium in London this week, where it explained how it is using customer journey data to build new end-to-end experiences.
Infosys beat market expectations for the quarter from good execution but disappointed the market with another reduction in its forward outlook.