During these unprecedented times, significant challenges have ascended to the top of the insurance industry’s agenda and left many carriers puzzled about how to navigate the road ahead.
The private equity firm that controls Southborough-based IT outsourcer Virtusa Corp. has picked a new chief executive to run the firm and replace one of its founders. Virtusa announced that Santosh Thomas is taking over for cofounder Kris Canekeratne, who is leaving the company.
Virtusa Corporation, an American IT services firm, has appointed Santosh Thomas as Chief Executive Officer. He takes over from the company’s co-founder and CEO Kris Canekeratne, who announced his transition from the business in May 2021.
Sanjay Deshpande, EVP and Head of Banking and Financial Services, Americas, speaks to American Banker about Virtusa’s partnership with People’s United Bank to roll out their personalization efforts.
Praveen Sharma, Head, Banking and Financial Services Practice-N.A, Virtusa, shares how banks can continue to help small and midsized businesses (SMBs), following the initial distribution of loans from the Federal Reserve and its Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). It begins with loans.
Digital transformation is no longer an inward tactic used to reform an organisation’s operations; it’s now a necessary undertaking sought out by CIOs and IT leaders. Recent developments have pushed organisations to embrace digitisation, causing the fourth industrial revolution and technologies such as artificial intelligence to go mainstream.
In this article, Kris Canekeratne, our co-founder, chairman and CEO of Virtusa, provides tips on how to keep your organization and leadership resilient.
In this article, our SVP and Global Head of Technology, Media, and Telecommunications Ravi Kumar Palepu discusses why the intelligent edge brings endless opportunities, particularly when combined with AI, Internet of Things (IoT), and 5G.
COVID-19 has impacted every industry. Take the financial world where banks and financial institutions have lent trillions of dollars as part of Paycheck Protection Programs while experiencing record low levels of interest rates. These factors and others have impacted overall profitability which is forcing banks to reinvent businesses with new offerings and capabilities to ensure their success in a post-pandemic world.