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US fintech industry, technology trends in the financial industry

The fintech market is booming with both, collaborations from leading banks and formidable start-ups vying for an industry-first advantage in the latest technology. In the U.S. alone the annual investment in fintech amounted to $15.2 billion i...

In high-stakes sporting events such as the Olympics and World Cup, there’s immense pressure on teams to perform well. Given how high the expectations are, it’s crucial for sports managers to make the right decisions and ensure players are...

Technology advancements are transforming almost every industry. Billions of dollars worth of technology investments are made each year to drive innovation, improve efficiency, and generate new avenues for growth. The technology sector also co...

In a dynamic business environment, competition is inevitable. No matter which niche you’re in, there will always be several others doing the same and trying to do it better than you. In such a scenario, it is important for businesses to be...

Connected vehicles, or automobiles that can communicate with each other via the cloud, is opening exciting opportunities across the globe. Based on digital technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and ...

Social media has become the place for businesses to tap into the “voice of the consumer.” With almost 30% of millennials revealing that they now engage with a brand on social media at least once a month, there’s a tremendous...

The Indian consumer goods industry is one of the key industries witnessing the meteoric rise of digital transformation across its functions. The transition from physical mom-and-pop stores, to the mall culture and finally the rise of e-commer...

Rapidly-advancing financial technologies are transforming B2B payments. Rife with tedious and time-consuming processes, simplifying B2B transactions has become a burgeoning opportunity for fintech companies.  In Q4 ‘2017, First Data acquir...

The year 2008 is remembered for quite a few important economic events. It was the year of the Great Recession, the year that Goldman Sachs transitioned from investment to commercial banking and the year that witnessed the launch of the first ...

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