• ESG Software: The Future of Sustainable and Responsible Investing

    The world of finance is undergoing a transformation, with a growing emphasis on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) considerations. Investors are increasingly looking to align their investments with their values, and are seeking out opportunities that promote sustainability, social responsibility, and good governance practices. As a result, ESG software has emerged as a crucial tool for investors looking to manage and track the ESG performance of their investments.

  • The Rise of Artificial Intelligence in Customer Service: Revolutionizing the Way Businesses Interact with Consumers

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been transforming various industries, and customer service is no exception. In recent years, businesses have started to adopt AI technology to improve their customer service operations, and the trend is expected to grow even more in the coming years. The use of AI in customer service is making it easier for businesses to interact with their customers in a personalized, efficient, and cost-effective way.

  • How to run a corporate blog on JAMstack

    A corporate blog can be run on JAMstack, which is a modern approach to building websites and applications that uses JavaScript, APIs, and Markup. Here are some steps to setting up a corporate blog using JAMstack:

  • Modernizing Business Operations with Artificial Intelligence: The Future is Here

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) has come a long way in recent years and is rapidly transforming the business landscape. From chatbots to machine learning algorithms, AI is revolutionizing the way businesses operate, making them more efficient and cost-effective.

  • The adoption of cloud technology by banks is on the rise

    The adoption of cloud technology by banks has been on the rise as they seek to lower costs, meet public demand for online services, and manage remote teams. Despite a relatively high adoption rate of cloud services by banks, the overall percentage of bank workloads in the cloud is still low, estimated to be between 8% and 10% of global bank business. Banks tend to first migrate to the cloud for internal business functions such as finance, legal and regulatory compliance, and human resources, while core banking services, which are critical to bank operations such as transaction processing, account updating, and ledger reconciliation, are likely to be the last to adopt cloud technology. The shift towards cloud computing in the banking sector is expected to continue as banks aim to stay ahead of the competition and better serve their customers.