Sorry, you need to enable JavaScript to visit this website.
In last couple of years, there had been a huge push for digital across financial services. Banks needed to re-imagine their products and services keeping customers at the centre of design, i.e. adopting a customer centric approach to design and innov...
Blockchain technology promises to mitigate several forms of financial risk in addition to ensuring trust in each transaction. Can we really trust the network over big companies?
Traditional payment systems lack transparency and are open to fraud due to presence of middlemen. Satoshi created a consensus mechanism to craft Bitcoins for the blockchain to leverage the anonymity of peer-to-peer sharing. 
In this digital age, technology is at the heart of everything.The explosion in online commerce is creating more opportunities for cybercrime. Trust is a major challenge, and understanding blockchain technology is the first step towards facing it
Banks all over the world are using robot financial advisors to automate repetitive tasks, and to provide 24x7 service that cannot be supplied by manual labor. Using artificial intelligence (AI), millennials are bringing sci-fi to the branch floor
Banks must combine digital advancement with human contact to enhance customer experience. Legacy applications need to be replaced by modern solutions like robo-advisors. The end goal is to increase trust and customer satisfaction
Pre-digital banks are implementing technology to cope with the rapidly changing market, while fintech companies are already born digital. The key to success for both is to collaborate and leverage each other’s strengths rather than compete
Banks must combine digital advancement with human contact to enhance customer experience. Legacy applications need to be replaced by modern solutions like robo-advisors. The end goal is to increase trust and customer satisfaction
Challenger banks have proven that leveraging the digital revolution can help financial institutions succeed with lean infrastructure.
Banking is undergoing a revolution similar to the one seen on high street travel, betting and book-selling. Banks should be afraid, the disruption of financial services has only just begun. Do you know which bank is the winner of "Disruptive Innovat...
This is in continuation to my previous blog on Why Devops is important for Banks
The term 'DevOps' was originally coined by Patrick Debois and Andrew Shafer in 2008. It entered common usage in 2009 in the Velocity Conference community with the famous '10+ Deploys Per Day: Dev and Ops Cooperation at Flickr' presentation, given by ...
Financial Services are at the cusp of digital disruption. We might not be witnessing a 'revolution', but all the emerging trends and technologies are certainly proving that we are in the midst of an ‘evolution’. Most of the large global banks are bo...