By Steve Rullo, CIO-Treasury, GE Capital
By Dan Wilson, VP-IT, Golden Entertainment Inc.
By Mitch Siegel, Strategy Leader, Financial Services, KPMG LLP
By Regis Quirin, Director of Finance, Gibney, Anthony & Flaherty, LLP
By Paul Yarwood, CEO, Hubble brand at insightsofware.com
Lag measures are like the score on a football scoreboard they only tell you how well you have already done.
By Sheri Rhodes, Chief Technology Officer, Western Union
My top priorities might surprise people who don’t think of Western Union as a profoundly digital financial technology company.
By Ann Neidenbach, CIO, Convergex
Firms will be looking into how they can leverage self-learning and adaptive technology, live-streaming data in real-time.
By Eddie Ho, CIO, Los Alamos National Bank
Cryptocurrencies, digital currencies that are based on cryptography, are becoming a pivotal focus area for capital markets in 2016.
By Jeannie Griffin, VP of Product & Technology Services, BCD Meetings & Events
The travel and expense management solutions industry is still relatively new and still evolving.
By Zack Bishop, EVP & CIO, Renasant Bank [NASDAQ:RNST]
With every company in the technology space heavily incenting their sales associates for those products that create the most repetitive profit, our ability to find relevant unbiased
By Christy Hartner, SVP, Commerce Bank
The Commerce Bank BPM Program has been evolving for more than seven years with several lessons learned along the way.
By Robert Garrison, CIO, DTCC
New technologies are disrupting long-established operating models across many business sectors, in some cases transforming entire industries and driving efficiencies and cost saving that would have been unachievable just a few years ago.
By Roman Hingorani, CFO, FINCA Microfinance Holding Company
In my long career in banking, I’ve utilized technology to increase efficiency, balance books and more importantly, ensure growth of customer profitability and value for shareholders.
By Inder M. Singh, SVP and CFO, Unisys
In a dynamic, competitive business environment, every company is working hard to gain an advantage in the marketplace.
By Madhav Srinivasan, CFO, Hunton Andrews Kurth
The challenge for law firms is to be extremely smart about financial technology.
By Michael Alcock, Director-CIO Executive Programs & Content, Microsoft [NASDAQ: MSFT]
From the 10,000-foot view for field service, the priority is typically to enable faster fixes, for less cost, at less risk, and ideally with a seamless automation of administrative processes.
By Aarti Rao, Managing Director, LiquidX
The technology interface is global, providing corporates with global reconciliation and access, as well as the ability to work with multiple investors via one portal.
By David Pollino, Deputy Chief Security Officer, SVP, Bank of the West
It is widely known that internal staff can be one of the biggest threats to a company’s information and security.
By Anthony Cinquemani, CIO, Application Deliver - Delivery Channels Regions Financial Corporation
We are implementing an electronic signature solution following a similar enterprise strategy; based on previous success business areas are proactively lining up to be included in our deployments of the solution.
By Elena Kvochko, CIO-Group Security Function, Barclays
Over the last couple of decades, companies have expanded their digital presence by fostering technology innovation.
By L.R. “Skip” Sorenson, CFO, Imagine Communications
I believe the place to start is with a robust financial model or plan