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My bank does not understand me. Is it not digital yet?
843
I have always maintained that ‘digital transformation’ percolates deeper than the layer of interface with customer, down to your core systems, the
Intraday Liquidity beyond Compliance
439
Regulatory focus on liquidity has started to move from Capital Ratio and EOD funding positions to very detailed monitoring of financial institutions’ Intraday Liquidity activities.
The Transformation Mantra or simply re-engineering
363
Guilty. I’m guilty and a little ashamed. So I’m sorry. Sorry if I got a little too carried away with the whole “transformation” mantra. If you attended a meeting with me recently and I was singing from the hymn book, I promise not to do it again. I...
What U.K. Can Teach about Aggregators
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In the last 10 years or so, the single biggest development we have seen in U.K. personal auto insurance distribution is the phenomenal rise of aggregators – known otherwise as “price comparison websites.” Top aggregators in the U.K. marketplace such...
Online banking
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BlockChain technology is in its infancy. There are a very broad set of investigations taking place to find the best use of BlockChain enabled processes and applications. Both the technology and their use cases have significant hurdles to overcome...
Meaningful Use of Electronic Health Records
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A Journey towards Clinical Interoperability
Treatment
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Apr 01, 2016

Digital: It’s what gets the pulse of healthcare racing

Abhishek Shankar SVP, Hi-Tech Industries and GM Enterprise Studio

Digitization is breaking the silos In healthcare. Synchronizing the speed of modernization with digital solutions is necessary to deliver an organization of the future
Robo-Advisory
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Mar 31, 2016

Robo-Advisory: Growing opportunity.

Avinash Dave Global Practice Manager, Capital Markets Services, Financial Services

In near past Robo-Advisory has been one of the most searched moniker in the area of Wealth Management.
DevOps for Banking
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Mar 31, 2016

Why DevOps is Important for Banks? - II

Santosh Kumar Head – Fintech innovation

This is in continuation to my previous blog on Why Devops is important for Banks
3 Ways Big Banks can Accelerate Innovation
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Jul 05, 2016

3 Ways Big Banks Can Accelerate Innovation

Santosh Kumar Head – Fintech innovation

Challenger banks have proven that leveraging the digital revolution can help financial institutions succeed with lean infrastructure.
NN
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Apr 05, 2019

Neural Networks: Inception and Insights

Saravana Nallakamu SAP Digital CX Practice Lead

The human brain has always been an object of fancy and of fantasy for the scientists of the world. Not just scientists and neurologists, but every human being has, at some point, thought of the infinite mysteries that lie inside their own heads....
Waiting for the ‘UBER movement’
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Feb 26, 2016

Waiting for the ‘UBER movement’

Marc Barad Senior Principal

I think it is rather chic now to hear about the impending 'UBER movement' in Banking and Financial Services. How we do not need banks and how the FinTech upstarts will take over the world.
Blockchain
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An insurer needs to deepen the use of technology by embracing growing trends like IoT, Artificial Intelligence, Chat bots and SMAC to ensure the above mentioned process improvements enable a smooth journey for the customer.
Channel Sufring
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Offering anywhere/anytime connectivity to your brand is great but do you know how many of your consumers are actually speaking with you? You may be surprised to learn it’s a much smaller number than you thought (or want). Are you reaping the rewards...
LSH
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Healthcare, as an industry, has always been relatively resistant to disruptive changes, bogged down as it is by regulatory barriers and its own limited comfort with the latest innovations in technology. This has rendered healthcare a laggard in...
Digital Transformation
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There are no more digital customers. They are now digitally connected customers and in fact they are connected with an average of 4 devices. This digital revolution has introduced a phenomenal change in the way the customers shop, supporting them...
 Cellular Operators
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5G is expected to stir a revolution that will cater to the massive data thirst in the coming decade. This is where mobile cellular operators are expected to take a significant slice of the pie. This blog takes a look at where the cellular operators...
Big Data Analytics in Retail
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Retailers must offer personalized services to customers and tap into the deluge of data. The scope of predictive analysis is extending beyond metrics like wallet share. Rolling out jaw-dropping offers is not needed now; churning Big Data is.

My bank does not understand me. Is it not digital yet?
Vidya Bhushan - Senior Sales Director - Capital Markets | April 18, 2016
843 Views

I have always maintained that ‘digital transformation’ percolates deeper than the layer of interface with customer, down to your core systems, the way it is managed for scale and response. The transformed data layer, simplified business processes, engaging channels, and assimilation of FinTech innovation is built over/ around the transformed technology landscape.


Intraday Liquidity beyond Compliance
Rajaratnam Rathnakumar | April 14, 2016
439 Views

Regulatory focus on liquidity has started to move from Capital Ratio and EOD funding positions to very detailed monitoring of financial institutions’ Intraday Liquidity activities.


The Transformation Mantra or simply re-engineering
Marc Barad - Senior Principal & Head - Banking & Payments | April 13, 2016
363 Views

Guilty. I’m guilty and a little ashamed. So I’m sorry. Sorry if I got a little too carried away with the whole “transformation” mantra. If you attended a meeting with me recently and I was singing from the hymn book, I promise not to do it again. I was drinking the kool aide and got caught up in the hype. Having been a consultant for a while now, it just seemed to make sense. I hope you know what I’m talking about. “Business Transformation”. You know, using technology to transform the business. Uh oh. There I go again with the T word.