Leaked documents from the UK Home Office proposing that low-skilled EU migrants would be restricted in the UK’s post-Brexit immigration scheme may be more likely to increase automation and off-shoring of labour, rather than increase British wages, industry experts have warned.
Plenty of attention has currently being given to the new S/4 HANA, a business suite that is built on SAP's proprietary operational database system and in-memory computing platform called SAP HANA. But what are the drivers for treasury to migrate to S/4 HANA?
The “sad truth” of banking is that many jobs will be automated in the future, Deutsche Bank's chief executive said yesterday. Despite this, a recent survey found that 98% of European workers are optimistic about the changes automation will bring to their workplace.
Should treasurers be using the new S/4 HANA, a business suite that is built on SAP's proprietary operational database system and in-memory computing platform called SAP HANA? Or should they ignore the software until it is more mature?
As 56% of global annual bank revenue is generated by corporates, it is little wonder that more than half of all the $78 billion invested in fintechs has been targeted towards corporate banking.
When the financial world went pear-shaped back in the year 2008, financial gurus decided they needed a new platform that would enable them to be able to rebalance the assets belonging to investors within time-balanced target structures, online.
Tech-savvy banks and the new wave of disruptors will be the beneficiaries as banking undergoes a long-awaited transformation.
From music festivals to motor racing, events and festivals are an integral part of the move to a cashless society, reports SIX Payment Services.
Many banks around the world, large and small, continue to experience major security failures. Biometric systems such as pay-by-selfie, iris scanners and vein pattern authentication can help.
The insurance industry will also benefit as private businesses increasingly bypass the public internet and communicate with one another direct, predicts Equinix.