Banks are increasingly facing pressure driven by shifting consumer demands, the rise of fintech, and foreign banks getting full licenses in Malaysia.
From as far back as a decade ago tech vendors and consultants used to love to warn the Brick & Mortar world that it had to adopt digital or die. That warning is not needed today.
Reflecting achievements made in 2016 Many organizations will make moves in order to better compete in the digital economy
One of the richest and most successful businessmen in Indonesia, Lippo founder Mochtar Riady, has a simple formula for success: Embrace information technology (IT).
Organisations that aim to capture the digital opportunity in this age of disruption need to focus on their core before their tech, writes Karamjit Singh.
Confident that brick-and-mortar companies will always be around, ‘old economy’ tycoon Vincent Tan explains why he feels so, bolstering his view with examples from Amazon and Alibaba.
Customer behaviour and digital disruption are driving deal-making in the global telecommunications sector, according to EY’s 14th biannual Telecommunications Global Capital Confidence Barometer.
Karamjit Singh reflects on the key takeaways for him from DNA’s anchor event and ends his article with an interesting observation.
The saying goes ‘if it ain’t broke, why fix it?’, but this no longer holds true for traditional businesses, according to a speaker at What’s Next 2016.
The brick-and-mortar guys definitely took centrestage at DNA’s just concluded What’s Next conference, with Karamjit Singh sharing some early thoughts from the speakers.