of senior respondents say the pandemic has made their firm more digital and data-centric
applications are typically used for a single task
of junior respondents are either using coding in their roles, or show an appetitie to learn coding skills
Financial institutions across the board – from global banks to boutique asset managers – have a pressing need to make better use of data. According to our survey, most firms are facing similar challenges: too many applications needed per task, inaccuracies and delays due to moving data between platforms, and too little time for creative thinking or generating fresh ideas.
With competition heating up to provide better client service and quality research, how can providers differentiate themselves?
Our new research examines the current and future role that technology, interoperability and programming skills play in powering productivity within financial institutions, and so delivering added business value.
Access the full report to discover:
- The data challenges that financial professionals around the globe are facing, related to productivity, interoperability, and quality control
- How digital tools can do more of the heavy lifting when it comes to data analysis, freeing up staff to concentrate on more complex and value-added activities
- Approaches firms can take to future proof their business through investment in technology and upskilling employees through coding – bringing benefits of distinctive research, improved staff retention and a greater competitive edge.
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1,200financial professionals surveyed
16countries in which research was conducted
35%of respondents have worked in the financial sector for a decade or more
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