Richard Price

Richard Price

Head of Financial Services UK & Ireland at TIBCO Software Limited
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Bio Richard is an experienced sales leader, with extensive IT Sales, Marketing and Partner enablement experience in EMEA. Career History Having joined TIBCO in late 2016 to bring to the team his industry knowledge in the FSI vertical, Richard assists the team to help clients and new customers (and their partners) deliver business advantage with the challenges they face across the financial services and insurance sectors.


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Beating the banking disruptors with digital decoupling

16 Mar 2021

Today’s consumers of financial services know what they want, and that’s a customer experience that is both fast and frictionless. If they can’t get this from traditional banks, then there are any number of digital alternatives out there ready to deliver this service. Banks understand the nature of this challenge all too well. They don’t need to b...


In a climate of uncertainty, resilience is paramount

12 Feb 2021

Operational resilience, the ability to protect critical operations and core business lines from any hazard, needs to be right at the top of the agenda across the financial services ecosystem. Its importance has been significantly reinforced by the year we have just had. The pandemic brought about massive disruption across the industry, affecting h...


Twice as good. How digital twinning delivers for banks

16 Dec 2020

Institutions from across the banking sector are turning to digital twinning to help them with a range of challenges. A digital twin is a virtual representation of a real-life entity or system, created in software. Digital twins can take many forms, but the essence is invariably about capturing and using data in a way that accurately mirrors the phy...

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Building on data trust to drive competitive advantage

14 Jul 2020

As the world begins to slowly emerge from the COVID-19 lockdown, banks that have temporarily closed their retail premises and offices, pushing the majority of customers online, continue to reassess their digital transformation programmes – most of which were primarily centred on self-service, rather than replacing face-to-face delivery processes. ...