Digital transformation is more than a buzzword in financial services, writes Sage Intacct's Diana Ermini, citing finance teams with a real-time pulse on the business
Customer experience is part of the compliance and governance regime banks have to work with. Measuring that means finding, extracting and analysing vast amounts of data in real time.
Delivering on legs and regs is no fun but when it comes with unintended consequences, the problems quickly escalate. Here's one example.
Monzo Bank’s platform team lead Chris Evans and senior software engineer Suhail Patel explain why they’re going to tap into more of AWS’s managed services offerings
As the speed of business intensifies, organizations are embracing DevOps to deliver faster results. ServiceNow's Chris Pope shows how to go with the flow
Blockchain, blockchain everywhere, but it’s the wider humanitarian questions that demand real answers.
Digital transformation programs used to be pitched hard by banks, but are they now part of the new norm?
Banking disruption - consumers want to work online, but it's still too difficult to move from legacy banks to digital challengers
Consumers like the idea of digital banking, but inertia caused by difficulty breaking free of legacy providers is slowing the move to digital-only challengers.
How mobile-only bank Atom is using Google Cloud to support its roll out of new services for customers.
Staying private allows a business to stay agile and focused - Zoho CEO Sridhar Vembu looks at three examples from payments, auto and retail
David Irvine, Senior Director, Finance, ServiceNow, discusses how traditional banks and financial services organisations need to keep pace with new digital challengers by connecting their digital platforms with their legacy back-end.