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Muhammad Faizan Siddiqui

The 5 Reasons SaaS May Fall Short: Things to Watch Out For

SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) providers allow clients to outsource operations and maintenance of their internal business software to the providers without incurring the overhead or risk of developing o...

05 Dec 2022
Banking Architecture
Sergio Barbosa

Businesses losing billions to poor quality software, putting many at risk for 2023

Businesses are losing billions due to poor quality software. And, as the economy tightens and skills remain scarce, this is likely to get worse, forcing them to pay to fix avoidable problems and resul...

29 Nov 2022
Trends in Financial Services
Koen Vanpraet

Banking-as-a-Service: A Sporting Chance for Fintechs

Banking-as-a-service (BaaS) has been widely discussed across the fintech world over the past few years. A key component of open banking, it reconfigures the banking value chain by helping remove the i...

27 Oct 2022
Open Banking
Richard Price

Where next for banks on their rock-strewn cloud journey?

The banking sector was not quick to take the cloud model to its heart. A combination of heavy investment in legacy systems and an in-built cultural reticence around letting go of on-premises control m...

18 Oct 2022
Banking Architecture
Richard Price

Making sense out of digital spaghetti

Traditional retail banking institutions are facing a major perception gap between the expectations of consumers and the perceived performance of their brand. This is the central finding of a new repor...

04 Oct 2022
The digital Chasm
Steve Morgan

AI and Intelligent Automation is Key for Banks to Help Navigate Inflationary Stormy Weather

Six months ago preparing for SIBOS, the biggest elephant in the room for what’s keeping bankers up at night was probably sanctions. How Western governments have ratcheted up sanctions against Russians...

29 Sep 2022
Innovation in Financial Services
Gijsbert Cox

How Connected Underwriting is Changing Insurance

Insurance underwriters are currently spending 40% of their time on non-core activities. That’s a major issue as companies, particularly in the current climate, don’t have resources to bankroll needle...

22 Sep 2022
Artificial Intelligence and Financial Services
Steve Morgan

Why banks considering coding their own applications should think again

Any bank that wants to create applications, for everything from sending customers a newsletter to onboarding a new client, may think hard coding is the best thing to do or the only option they have. ...

22 Sep 2022
Innovation in Financial Services
Sarrah Pitaliya

SAFe and DevOps: The Perfect Duo

Today, both SAFe and DevOps have reached a very mature stage of development. The integration of the two is garnering an increasing amount of interest from enterprise organizations. This post will disc...

21 Sep 2022
Muhammad Faizan Siddiqui

Why Should You Adopt API-first? A Brief Account.

Even though the “godfathers” of programming—Maurice Wilkes, David Wheeler, and Stanley Gill—introduced APIs in the late ’40s, and Salesforce, Facebook, Google, and others also began making feature-ric...

17 Sep 2022
Banking Architecture
Steve Morgan

The value of frictionless banking

It goes without saying that today’s consumers expect activities like making a payment or checking their bank balance to be as easy and fast as possible. But the ongoing cost of living crisis also mean...

14 Sep 2022
Innovation in Financial Services
Steve Morgan

Using no code or low code capabilities to help resolve the tech skills gap in banking

The ongoing challenge of the tech skills gap within banking is something employers cannot ignore if they want to maintain competitive differentiation. According to the 2022 BCS State of the Nation re...

31 Aug 2022
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