The World Economic Forum sees the growing global backlash against the status quo, manifested by political discontent and disaffection, as the main driver of change.
Business-to-business (B2B) enterprises forfeit deals when buyers’ experiences fall short of their expectations, reports CloudCraze.
For nearly 20 years, India has designated May 11 as National Technology Day. Elsewhere, it is being celebrated today - January 6 - and to mark it here are five tips on how cloud technology can improve business processes.
Unique ID, full checkout in electronic commerce and marketplace settlements will all feature in the year ahead, says SIX Payment Services.
An open letter to the banking industry, which is far from prepared for the wide-ranging impact of open banking.
Widespread acceptance has seen the cloud become the ‘new normal’ for a growing number of organisations and their treasury departments.
An independent UK survey for Dun & Bradstreet of CFOs and financial directors finds many are hesitant in committing to future business plans.
The country has usurped London, New York and Silicon Valley to become the world's leading financial technology hub, claims a joint report by DBS and EY.
The London-based International Underwriting Association is keen to avoid Brexit creating barriers that undermine the UK capital's status as the largest global insurance underwriting centre.
Directors’ and officers’ (D&O) liability claims are getting costlier as lengthier litigation pushes up defence costs, reports insurer Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty.