As financial institutions look to compete more effectively in the current marketplace, they are increasingly using design thinking as part of their process. It’s an approach that helps them develop products able to attract new customers while retaining the loyalty of those already in the fold. Read more
Develop These Quantitative Analysis Skills for a Successful Financial Services Career
The demand for quantitative analysts – better known as “quants” – continues to rise as companies in this sector look for an edge over their competition. Read more
What You Need to Know When Hiring FinTech Freelancers
With the merging of finance and technology as a relatively new development in the IT world, perhaps your company suffers from a lack of talent in this area. In this situation, bringing on a freelancer on a temporary basis helps your organization quickly close a skills gap.
The Challenges and Opportunities Faced by the FinTech Industry
The merging of the worlds of finance and technology continues to disrupt the asset management industry. This creates new opportunities for forward-looking companies (and IT professionals) to build forward-thinking teams that can capture the space. Read more
The Pros and Cons of Java and .NET: Why Financial Services Companies Choose One Over the Other?
Java and Microsoft’s .NET Framework continue in their nearly two decade battle for dominance in enterprise application development. Even as newer programming platforms, like Python or Ruby on Rails, enter the arena, these two old warhorses still hold fort throughout the industry. Read more
Companies are Investing in More Tech. What does this mean for your Career?
Companies continue to ramp up their technology investments all over the business world. This includes equipment, Cloud services, software, as well as hiring more IT professionals.