Top 4 Digital Transformation Challenges Banks Face
For traditional financial institutions, digital transformation can seem like changing a flat tire while the car is moving. The highly regulated banking industry is challenged daily with the pressures of managing budgets to cover their day-to-day strategic management of the banking technology. Banks are also pressured to grow, innovate, create better operating environments, utilize new capabilities, improve culture and operate flawlessly.
Navigating the Digital Landscape within Banking
There’s a shift happening in banking that many pundits have often overlooked. On the surface this shift seems subtle, but understanding it can help banking leaders make heads or tails out of this overwhelming push towards digitization.
The Top Benefit of Modernizing that Every CIO should Know
Business leaders seldom have enough time to make a lasting impact. With the average tenure of a C-Suite executive at 5.3 years, it doesn’t give CIOs that much time to digitally transform their business to be more customer focused, more efficient or more secure.
3 Tips for Technology Leaders to Deliver Value to the CIO
Despite numerous challenges, IT managers, directors, VPs and SVPs can take three positive steps to accelerate modernization efforts, and help their beleaguered CIOs.
6 Benefits of Aligning C-Suite and Board with Your CISO and CIO
The astronomical increase in cyber-attacks, and multiple points of vulnerability, makes the CIO and CISO positions critical to the business' success. Yet, too often, these leaders are isolated from other C-level executives, from the Board of Directors, and from the overall modernization strategy – despite being able to provide crucial information to these leaders.
Communication Breakdown: Top 4 End User Impacts from Broken Technology
Companies can’t afford to use slow, outdated technology. And customers need to interact with companies when, where and how they please. Recently we took an in-depth look at the larger impacts that tech downtime has on companies. Now, let’s expand that analysis to focus on the impacts of broken technology to the end user.