The rise of insurtechs looking to win a tech-savvy audience is applying pressure on insurance sector firms to offer innovative products and improve internal operations.
Financial services firms face a number of hurdles to adoption of new and especially disruptive technologies. Is it any easier to introduce innovation in partnership with a large supplier? SAP thinks it can ease the pain.
Customer-centricity is at the heart of the new Success Cloud which formally launches this week at Dreamforce.
As fintech startups flourish, IBM wants to act as honest broker for selected fintech services. Tom Eck, CTO IBM Platforms explains.
Cryptocurrencies and their bastard child initial coin offerings are sprouting like weeds. They have a faint whiff of a Ponzi scheme.
Financial services firms need new approaches to innovation so as to better understand compliance responsibilities.
Banks are testing different approaches to assimilating external innovation into their customer offerings, but what are the impediments to future-proofing by working with fintechs?
Kicking off SuiteConnect at OOW17 NetSuite CTO Evan Goldberg says it's business as usual for the cloud ERP vendor even as Oracle ownership brings changes
The blockchain bandwagon heralds the hottest accounting innovation since double-entry bookkeeping, some say. At OOW17, Oracle just joined the stampede
Baroness Mone might be best known for starting up underwear brand Ultimo, but she is now much more interested in the potential of the tech sector than fancy lingerie.
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