The biggest fear of many brick-and-mortar companies is they will be disrupted by digitalisation, new technologies and even young and hungry startups – but that’s not the case with Valiram Group.
If you have been crafting a 'digital strategy,' you're already behind the times, according to a panel discussion at DNA's What's Next conference.
Leadership needs to answer the question that is being asked by the rank-and-file, which is: What’s in it for me? And the answer needs to be sensible and coherent, write Anwar Jumabhoy & Srikrishna Vadrevu.
The holy trinity for millennials is trust, relationships and technology, according to the author of the Millennials, Mobiles and Money: The Forces Reinventing Financial Services study.
An old-school property CEO embraces clicks to enhance his brick-and-mortar business, which has Karamjit Singh wondering if this is the start of a hybrid model for traditional companies to adapt to digital.
Investment management firm PT Aberdeen Asset Management is going the electronic trading (e-trading) path with support from PT Phillips Securities Indonesia, a member of the Hong Kong-based PhillipsGroup.
Many companies are not prepared for the inevitable impact of digital disruption, with most IT and business leaders in these organisations pointing their fingers at their C-suite, especially in Singapore.
Worldwide IT spending is forecast to be flat in 2016, totalling US$3.41 trillion, according to Gartner Inc, with Malaysia and Singapore among the exceptions.
Companies can only be as agile as the least agile component, and today that is the network, particularly the wide-area network, writes Doug Farndale of Silver Peak.
What is the reality of the relationship between fintech startups and banks, and what does the future hold for the financial services industry as it continues to converge with technology?