Category Archives: Banking Technology

Quantifying Complexity – Changing the language not the conversation

For a mature bank the ability to address new requirements comes down to one thing; agility! To be completely clear I am in no way referring to the Agile software development method. What I am talking about is transforming a bank for quickness, lightness and ease of movement. In ongoing discussions I have been having… Continue Reading

Strategic Lipstick: The Art of Achieving Both Long and Short Term Project Objectives

Strategic Lipstick: The Art of Achieving Both Long and Short Term Project Objectives

We all know the rhetorical expression about pigs and lipstick.  The conventional thinking seems to be that if you have a lipstick project, it’s all about the lipstick and let’s forget about the pig entirely.  My thinking is that a lipstick project is a great opportunity to be strategic in an agile way. There is… Continue Reading

Banking Enterprise Functionality – Why isn’t there an app for that?

Six decades into the computer revolution, four decades since the invention of the microprocessor, and two decades into the rise of the modern Internet, all of the technology required to transform industries through software finally works and can be widely delivered at global scale. A great quote from Marc Andreessen from his article Why Software… Continue Reading

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