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Today, the relatively low cost of RAM and the availability of open-source software are enabling companies of all sizes to take advantage of the performance and scalability benefits of in-memory computing for their digital transformations.
E-commerce companies are becoming cloud computing giants with thriving side businesses in brick-and-mortar retail. Firms that used to run on handshake deals with a small number of B2B buyers are opening up orders to a global market.
If new user experience and product design trends in 2019 are anything to go by, this is the year of machines and human coexistence—thanks mainly to rapid technological advancements.
Most financial institutions are already using different technologies to reduce costs and increase efficiency. The real payoff, however, may be in the revenue growth benefits, and the ways automation can improve the customer experience.
A common response to emerging technology is for bankers to test it. Yet the problem with testing technology is that it is just a test, a false implementation. A test is not designed for reality and it can lead to false results.
With paper receipts and invoices still a key part of any business, accounts receivable and accounts payable is one area that hasn’t been lavished with digital innovation attention.
Share Bank of America has Erica, Capital One has Eno, Bank of Montreal has Bolt. Safe to say that most major banks are at least exploring the possibility of a virtual assistant, if they don’t already have one.
Banks are turning to digital technology to enhance the customer experience — and reduce payment friction — in an effort to boost top and bottom lines.
The advent and evolution of social media changed both legacy technologies and the way consumers use them. The camera, previously used to simply snap pictures or record videos for personal use, has become the lifeblood of every major digital platform.