LIBOR becomes SOFR

LIBOR becomes SOFR

POINT OF VIEW The London Inter-bank Offered Rate (LIBOR) is used word-wide by financial institutions as an agreed key benchmark interest rate that indicates borrowing costs between banks. The rate is calculated and published each day by the Intercontinental Exchange...
Let robots take the strain

Let robots take the strain

POINT OF VIEW Robotic Process Automation (RPA) allows organizations to configure digital workers, letting robots take the strain and freeing up people for the things they do best – innovation and dealing with the exceptions. “Gartner predicts that 90% of large...
Delivering on Open Banking

Delivering on Open Banking

POINT OF VIEW Driven by the European Payment Services Directive (PSD2) regulation a new era of digital banking has begun. All consumer banks must deliver on the Open banking regulations, of face significant fines. The PSD2 regulation, part of the Digital Single Market...
To Buy or to Build

To Buy or to Build

POINT OF VIEW  Buying enterprise software is a long-term decision and one that has challenged IT managers for decades. Back in the good-old nineteen eighties, packages were few, they were expensive, and not configurable. The decision to build often delivered cost...
Connecting Clouds

Connecting Clouds

BLUEPRINT Many companies depend on more than one cloud or “Software as a Service” platform to operate their business or deliver a service to their customers. Each cloud has strengths and weaknesses, and will be used to host specific capabilities. The result is a need...
SOA Architectures – Service Design

SOA Architectures – Service Design

WHITEPAPER SOA Architectures Integration of enterprise systems has been a challenge for many years. Initially systems operated as islands of automation, connected only as an exception. Integrated systems are now a primary requirement and Service Oriented Architecture...