Arcady Lapiro
Jun 8, 2020

Digital offerings that lay on top of existing technology can work as an alternative to a conversion that’s expensive and disruptive.

On a recent BAI Banking Strategies podcast, Chris Skinner outlined the tremendous implications of billions of connected devices, and how that calls us today to innovate and expand our efforts to embrace a near future when channels and media boundaries will vanish.

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“Our intuition about the future is linear.

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The WannaCry ransomware that just hit more than 150 nations serves as a sobering reminder of the damage cybercriminals can inflict.

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On this episode of the BAI Banking Strategies podcast, we talk with British banking veteran Anne Boden, the founder of Starling Bank, the first mobile-only banking platform in the U.

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On this episode of the  BAI Banking Strategies podcast, we’re joined by Miranda Hill, director, innovation and commerce strategy at ThoughtWorks in Seattle.

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According to a recent Innovation Management post, Are Corporate Innovation Centers Too Big To Fail?, the number of such centers or labs across the globe jumped from 301 to 456 over the course of the 15 months ending October 2016.

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Controlling fraud and money laundering amounts to a perpetual game that requires a dynamic and evolving process as fraudsters continuously adjust and adapt their techniques.

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Again and again, banks have been warned: FinTech startups will disrupt established financial service organizations and steal business, customers and profits.

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