Blocking and Chaining: Blockchain in Oil and Gas Drilling Automation
Dr. Robello Samuel, Chief Technical Advisor and Halliburton Technology Fellow, Halliburton
Not Reinventing the Wheel: Tackling the Challenges in Banking Technology
Alexey Utkin, Financial Services Practice Leader, DataArt
Effective Finance Participation with IT in the Tactical Side of Technology Improvement
Tom Schawang, CFO, Major Brands
AI: The Next Monarch of Technology
Chris Corrado, COO & CIO, London Stock Exchange Group
Trade and technology—these two sectors are becoming intertwined every passing day, thanks to the demands for more accurate and faster results. CFOs are not mere spectators to this ever-changing nature of the trading scenario; most organizations are leveraging technology best practices with traditional systems enhanced with third-party solutions. All attempts are directed at the sole objective—reviving the market from the regulatory changes made during the financial crisis, along with the shrinking volatilities in the global cash equities markets.
William Paiva, Partner, Oklahoma Life Science Fund
Today, forward-thinking technology leaders are focused on the more value-added assignment of engaging the client.
Elena Kvochko, CIO-Group Security Function, Barclays [NYSE:BCS]
Over the last couple of decades, companies have expanded their digital presence by fostering technology innovation.
Terri Bettinger, CIO, Franklin County Data Center
All around us we see the pervasive integration of technology, business and culture. Corporations and consumers unapologetically demand instant “tech gratification”.
John Bates, CMO, Software AG
The Internet of Things (IoT) is rapidly growing through the addition of sensors to machines that allow them to “feel.”
Ted Ryrie, MD, Sharp Decisions
The shared responsibility and cross-functionality which is highlighted in the DevOps environment grew out of the move to Agile methodologies and continuous integration development and delivery.
Howard Bruck, CIO, Sterling National Bank
CIOs are making the business case that banks compete and win by being better at leveraging technology to win customers and operate efficiently.
Shane Randolph, Managing Director, Opportune LLP
While immediate projects are focusing on middle and back office activities, front office trading activities will likely have the largest disruption over the longer term.
Kevin Kroen, Partner, Financial Services Intelligent Automation Leader, PwC
Much of the redundant work in capital markets will go away as the result of a wholesale digital transformation… For now, though, incremental intelligent automation can really pay off.
Steve Hankins, EVP & CFO / CIO, Globe Express Services
With 80 offices, 56 different general ledgers, 56 customer master files, 56 vendor master files, 30 legal entities spread over 20 different countries with multiple languages doing business in more than 20 currencies.
Paul Algreen, CIO, SVP, Janus Capital Group
As with most aging platforms in an asset manager’s application portfolio, the limitations of the original design create persistent headwinds for change that impedes timely progress.
Rouven Bergmann, CFO, SAP North America
The cloud’s limitless opportunity has truly begun a new era of business operation across industries, including the capital markets sector. Its flexibility and ease-of-use allows for technology decisions to be made not just by CIOs and the IT department, but also directly by line of business execut