Deloitte is the largest professional services provider in the world with a global revenue approaching $40B and over 250,000 partners and employees. It has achieved and maintained this position through its unparalleled relationships with organizations across all industries as their trusted advisor. More often than not, Deloitte is the first port of call for solving their customers’ most challenging problems. As Deloitte has grown, managing global customer relationships in a consistent manner has become increasingly challenging against the backdrop of complex technology and system architectures.
In the 60 years since its foundation as a single gas station in Virginia, Pilot Flying J has grown to be the largest operator of travel centers in North America. With over 750 locations serving more than 1.6 million professional drivers and traveling motorists daily, Pilot Flying J provides its guests with overnight parking, showers, warm meals, Wi-Fi, and a vast array of merchandise.
As the number of mobile users grows to almost 5 billion in 2019, companies are under immense pressure to deliver engaging and secure apps, and not just for consumers. Mobile apps have become an essential tool to unlock employee innovation and productivity. And key to providing the experiences that customers and employees expect is the ability to access data, systems, and processes in an elegant, user-friendly design.
The Industrial Commission of Arizona (ICA) administers and enforces state laws relating to the protection of life, health, safety, and welfare of Arizona’s employees. This includes laws relating to workers’ compensation, occupational safety and health, payment of wages, and child labor.
Seventy four percent of companies are going through some form of digital transformation. With percentages that high, there must be value buried somewhere in these initiatives, right? From my perspective, having worked as a strategic advisor and Global CIO for over 20 years, the value comes to those pursuing transformation.
The orchestration of system-to-system file transfers by enterprises with external trading partners (commonly known as B2B file transfer) has been around for decades; as far back as the beginning of standard network protocols.
There’s no doubt that today’s businesses are under increasing pressure to innovate faster. Looking to deliver innovative offerings at an accelerated pace to meet ever-evolving customer expectations, many are turning to modern development models underpinned by the cloud, microservices architectures, and containerization technologies.
The web is littered with good API intentions gone wrong. Too many businesses have realized they “need APIs” and created them as a tick-the-box feature without thinking about their broader strategic value. One critical difference between the businesses that succeed and those that don’t is the underlying approach by which APIs are planned and conceived. Put simply: Is the API a project or a product?
It’s conference season, and this year we hosted Sibos in Sydney. Amongst the hot topics were Australia’s New Payments Platform (NPP), open banking and marketplace banking. In this post I share the top insights and trends emerging in the financial industry.
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