This year the levels of uncertainly are exponentially higher. How banks and other financial services organizations operated before this year is entirely different from today's reality.
To keep up, banking and financial services organizations can leverage technologies like cloud, artificial intelligence, open banking, API banking, and fintech collaboration to create opportunities.
Gamification in the workplace not only relieves stress and adds some fun to the workday, but it can also bring many measurable benefits, from speeding processes to encouraging the adoption of new tech and more.
Organizations are still vying to capitalize on value by tapping into the spectrum of AI-led innovative business opportunities. By 2024, "75% of organizations will shift from piloting to operationalizing AI."
The most successful relay race teams don’t just have exceptional individual talents. They also bring out the best in one another, offer complementary skills, and execute as a cohesive group. As we look at the current and future opportunities surrounding 5G, CSPs need to take a similar ‘relay race’ approach to select the right team members (partners) to develop and deliver new services they couldn’t create on their own.
Explore why companies with highly personalized, relevant experiences will win the hearts and minds of consumers in an experience economy.
Financial organizations hold a wealth of data. Criminals, including terrorist organizations, depend on these financial networks to operate and move money around the world. They also demonstrate patterns that can predict when nefarious activity is expected.
Read on to explore how financial institutions can identify these patterns and alert law enforcement organizations by levering the right big data and artificial intelligence tools.
Most digital transformation projects planned at the start of 2020 have been dramatically overhauled or scrapped altogether. As companies remerge after being shut down from normal operations as a result of COVID-19, balancing the need to innovate and control cost is the new priority for most companies. SVP & Global Practice Head of Cloud & Data Engineering Arvind Purushothaman engages in a brief conversation with CIO Insider to discuss how Virtusa is supporting clients throughout the pandemic and into the future with powerful data analytics solutions and capabilities.
SVP and Head of APAC Naresha Supramaniam at Virtusa sits down with Channel Asia to share his observations in market dynamics across Asia Pacific - from Australia and New Zealand to Southeast Asia and India - with customer priorities evolving alongside the pandemic.
In response to the challenging impact of the pandemic on travel - and the need to immediately reduce expenses – Oway, a ride-hailing startup, partnered with Virtusa to leverage Google Cloud’s Migrate for Compute Engine, migrating its entire infrastructure to Google Cloud Platform in the process.
With growing need for smart medical devices, remote health monitoring solutions, shorter product development timelines, and regulatory compliance, medical device enterprises are increasingly leveraging digital technologies to achieve higher revenue and remain competitive. To fulfill these objectives, they need to partner with the right service providers. While providers are also ramping up their capabilities by entering into life sciences-specific partnerships and acquisitions, they lay limited emphasis on the medical devices industry.