By Sarah Dawson, CFO Tech Outlook
By Terry Gore, Director, Financial Services, JobsOhio
Automated AR and AP form the foundation of cash flow management, which is the lifeline of the business
By Terry Gore, Director, Financial Services & Fintech
The state is home to the fifth largest financial services sector in the country with Fortune 500 and Fortune 1000 companies like Huntington, KeyBank, Fifth Third Bank, Progressive and
By Jeremiah Lotz, VP-Digital Experience & Payments, PSCU
As a credit union, having mobile capabilities is no longer an option. Credit unions today must offer and utilize a robust mobile solution in order to be in the game.
By John Finch, CIO, Refinitiv
Fintech startups are just coming up with a simple point solution. It's usually smart and easy to implement in theory, but often difficult for their potential customers to adopt.
Companies should not blindly trust their workers since they are the ones who know where system weaknesses are present. Even long-term employees can commit fraud. Hence, it is essential to
By Todd Nelson, SVP Strategic Partnerships Mike Petanovitch, Head of Technology, LightStream
For a CIO, staying abreast of this ever-expanding area is best achieved by investing in human capital.
The department of corporate accounting is sure to rationalize its competency by making essential use of technology. Most of the corporate companies have their accounts teams partnered with high tech accounts payable and receivable models.
By Guillaume Wong-So, Director of Trade & Treasury Solutions – Product Management Americas, BNP Paribas
Ten years ago, the general approach for big banking groups was to differentiate themselves through proprietary platforms, and Fintechs were seen more as competitors.
By Coby Hafen, Senior Vice President, Zions Bancorporation
Customers want options, and they want to move seamlessly between the digital and physical worlds
If businesses agree to accept online payments, they can make a profit by charging the customers automatically via an auto-charge option.
By Nimesh Mehta, CIO, National Life Group
In a growing company, we are all focused on customer experience, as we should be. One of our customers is our internal team.
By Stephen Hsu, SVP, Model Risk Management, Pacific Western Bank
Machine learning is powerful, but to be helpful and safe, the user needs to understand how this machine learning engine works.
Business risk ratios are used to examine the capital structure of a company. It is necessary to examine the capital structure once in a while because an overly risky capital structure that relies too heavily on debt can squeeze the best compan
Banks and fintechs in Europe embrace each other and develop meaningful partnerships; otherwise, banks will fail to catch up with fintechs in the technological aspect and become less relevant.
By Robert J. Kolodgy, SVP Financial Services and Government Programs and CFO, Blue Cross Blue Shield
Public reports indicate that approximately 319 million people have had their electronic records breached in the past couple of years mostly the result of cyberattacks on retailers, financial institutions, health insurance companies, doctors
By Nicolas Miailhe, Co-Founder & President, The Future Society And Thierry Berthier, CTO, Aletheion
It is necessary to generalize this detection of anomalies to data and metadata transmitted in e-mails, as well as to html links pointing to imitation websites, by crossing and comparing all the analyzed data
By Bertrand Dussert, VP, HCM Transformation and Thought Leadership, Oracle
It’s no secret that digital transformation is happening and dramatically affecting the pace of business, both externally with customers, vendors, and partners, but also internally with regard to employees.