Webinar: The bottom line – simplifying digital evolution in financial services
90% of IT leaders in financial services believe their firm will need to invest in digital projects just to survive the rapidly changing market. Today, digitalisation is not only an important strategic development, it’s a fight for survival.
While this provides a new direction for the industry, the reality is that IT leaders and developers in financial services face myriad challenges in the post-digital world – from outdated infrastructure that no longer suits the needs of a remote workforce to evolving customer expectations for mobile banking or artificial intelligence (AI) enabled trading, or even simply maintaining compliance as regulations change and penalties for breaches increase.
Leadership wants innovation and it wants it now – both for internal processes and customer-facing applications. To respond to this, the IT team needs more modern systems, tools and processes that make perpetual innovation possible.
In a world where transactions happen at the speed of light, there’s no time to waste. Join our panel of speakers for a new webinar about being competitive, fast and secure – and the technologies underpinning this – in the “The bottom line – simplifying digital evolution in financial services” live webinar.
Join Mendix and FinTech Futures on 19 August at 2pm BST for this free live webinar! Click here to register.
Finserv Tech Expert
Michael Rennie is a Finserv Technology Expert at Mendix, a Siemens business and the global leader in no-code/low-code application development for the enterprise. A specialist in digital transformation for the financial services sector, he has guided organisations through their transition to more agile working methods. He has a strong background in agile methodologies, quality assurance, behaviour-driven development and performance management.
Senior Analyst, Financial Services
Philip is a senior analyst in the Financial Services team at Omdia, focusing on digital banking and payment trends as well as business strategy for the banking sector.
Philip writes analysis that advises clients on the issues driving technological change in financial services. He has expertise in open banking, digital payments and consumer behavior. His insight has regularly been quoted in City AM, Financial Times, The Guardian, and CNN, and he has been interviewed live on CNBC and BBC World News.
Prior to joining Omdia in 2020, Philip spent seven years at Euromonitor, a strategic FMCG market research firm, where he was the lead researcher for consumer behavioral trends in technology, commerce and payments.
Sharon Kits Kimath
Sharon Kits Kimathi is Editor of Fintech Futures and Banking Technology since May 2019, having been Deputy Editor at the International Financial Law Review (IFLR) and a capital markets Reporter at mtn-i and Global Capital. Prior to her career in journalism, she worked as a Legal & Compliance Analyst at Goldman Sachs, where she learnt the importance of efficient reconciliation software in real-time.