by Rajesh Kandaswamy | February 3, 2016 | Comments Off on Upcoming Webinar – Financial Services IT Market, 2016: Are You Ready?
Financial services industry is in the midst of significant transformation due to digital technologies. Our recent surveys show startling expectations – participants want to increase share of revenue from digital to around half the total revenue in five years, more than double the levels today. At the same time, around half of them are more worried about threats from new digital entrants from other industries than their own. The financial services industry looks to technology as the answer even as technology enables new entrants to threaten conventional businesses and products.
In this market, technology and service providers cannot rely only on excellent execution to succeed. You must to able to help your clients navigate this dynamic landscape successfully to maximize your own growth. In our free webinar “Financial Services IT Market, 2016: Are You Ready?” on 9 Feb 2016 (at 11AM US EST) – my colleague, Derry Finkeldey, and I will look at these trends and what it implies for providers who serve banking, securities and insurance industries. This is the third year of this annual webinar and we have added insurance this year to banking and securities. The webinar will also be global in scope this year. We welcome you to join us this coming Tuesday where we will address the following:
• Key business and technology trends that will impact banking, securities and insurance in 2016
• How these trends affect financial services institutions’ technology investments
• What you should do to best exploit these opportunities
We look forward to connecting soon. You can register for the webinar here.
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