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After nearly 30 years in the software industry, I have learned a tremendous amount about how organizations use and manage both third party (purchased) and in-house (self-built) software.
By Mark Palmer, SVP-Engineering & General Manager, TIBCO Software
Why? The proliferation of data in motion has led to a complete transformation of operating procedure in many industries.
By Bill Martin, CFA, Chief Investment Officer, INTRUST Bank
Technology is enabling financial advisors to develop better relationships with their clients. In the past, advisors had to split their time doing manual tasks and servicing clients.
By Alex Gredysa, CFO & Managing Partner, Dinsmore/Steele
The advent of the personal computer in 1981 fundamentally changed the way we live and work today. No more so than within the corporate financial world where the pace of information
By Tanya Acevedo, CIO, Travis County
Travis County, with its county seat in Austin, Texas, is one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the nation.
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 Joseph R. Postiglione, VP, Chief Procurement Officer, National Basketball Association
We are in a continuous improvement mode in terms of ensuring our travelers have a good experience.
By Darin Ball, Director of Credit, Veritiv Corporation
By implementing new technology solutions, and evolving processes, approach, it is possible to achieve a lower DSO, a higher percentage of current receivables, improve portfolio health, and reduce bad debt
By Stacy Cox, COO & SVP, Croghan Colonial Bank
Digitizing Main Street means bringing competitive digital banking products to your neighbors and friends next door.
By Dennis DuBois, Senior Director of Finance, Radisson Hotel Group
Managing travel expenditures via electronic systems or through professional travel managers will only be as good as the policies and procedures that have been established by the company.
By Fred Boyle, SVP & CFO, Pepco Holdings
In order for a CFO and the financial branch to effectively optimize their value to an organization, other leaders in the company must view the team as critical thought leaders at the decision-making table.
By Tara Kenyon, CEO, Kentara Analytics
Begin your data-driven analytics journey with the past. Go back to the inception of the organization. Why was it formed? Who was it meant to serve? Decide if those reasons still stand.
By Miguel Valdés Faura, CEO, Bonitasoft
When onboarding new clients, financial institutions now must fully verify every new customer’s identity and source of deposits, and retain the data from—and the traceability of—the verification process.
By Tim Ward, Director of Product Strategy and Marketing, StarCompliance
Certifications can be intimidating, whether you're the person completing one or the person making sure they get completed.
By Enrique Ramos O'Reilly, Regional Director, Temenos
As a supplier of banking technology, one of the trends that has affected our business model is the market shift toward a “pay as you go” type of service.
By Robert Unger, Senior Director, Product Management and Strategic Initiatives, NACHA-The Electronic Payments Association
However, most companies, even the big, billion dollar plus annual revenue ones, have not implemented basic metrics for tracking and managing payment receipt costs.
By Bertrand Dussert, VP, HCM Transformation and Thought Leadership, Oracle
It’s no secret that digital transformation is happening and dramatically affecting the pace of business, both externally with customers, vendors, and partners, but also internally with regard to employees.