By Eduardo E. Cordeiro, EVP & CFO, Cabot Corporation
By Dennis DuBois, Senior Director of Finance, Radisson Hotel Group
By Abraham Saxionis, Head of Expense & Efficiency Management, Keolis Commuter Services
By Sameer Kishore, VP & Global Head, Banking, Financial Services, Securities & Insurance, Dell Services
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
By Sean Morris, Director Sales, Digitech Systems And Christina Robbins, Marketing Manager, Digitech Systems
As a provider of a cloud technology since 1999, we whole heartedly embrace the use of cloud, and are one of the first software companies in the world to engineer software specifically for a
By Mel Heckman, CIO, West Monroe Partners
The bottom line is educating the user base is just as fundamental as keeping the network running or ensuring the database is backed up.
By Mark Pritchard, CFO, Data-Mail
At Data-Mail, we handle significant amounts of data related to our client’s customers to enable appropriate direct marketing.
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
By Kevin Held, CFO, TradingScreen
I used to say that a budget was only worth the paper it was written on. Fifteen years ago, the budget was created in a spreadsheet and was a static document.
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 Raouf Carmi, VP, Product & Digital Transformation, Eagle Investment Systems (subsidiary of BNY Mellon)
The digital landscape has changed dramatically over the last couple of years–The adoption of mobile banking continues to surge.
By Tim Hird, Executive Director, Robert Half Management Resources
Don’t skimp on resources
By Andreas Rothe, CFO, Fragomen
The low degree of difficulty allowed even inexperienced staff to create many quick wins and in the aggregate we achieved good results.
By Jeremy Smith, DMD, Global ERS, Global leader of Deloitte’s Center for Crisis Management
CIOs and their peers in the C-suite face the ongoing possibility of major adverse events that can bring business activities to a halt or even imperil a business’s very existence.
Healthcare providers are facing a range of reconciliation challenges in this era of new technology. The cash reconciliation task begins with the daily sifting process through funds received from various sources.
By Tim Raiswell, MD, CEB
There are two types of budget that are used to manage investments in technology. These are the capital and the operating budgets, sometimes referred to as ‘capex’ and ‘opex’.
AI can also offer many opportunities that range from innovations to improved decision making.
With keen interest, the financial industry follows technological advances. Early adopters of emerging technologies such as Blockchain were big banks such as JP Morgan.
By Jock Percy, Founder & CEO, Perseus
Success in financial services industry has long since depended on connecting to large numbers of trading counterparties, low latency/jitter and highly secure network infrastructure to power our global financial markets.
AI has emerged in the financial services industry as a powerful disruptor. And most players have hopped on to the AI bandwagon already.