Deutsche Bank Turns Attention to Production Engineering

DB's Stuart Gurr says past automation efforts have helped the bank weather the Covid outbreak, highlighting the need for further automation.


Deutsche Bank (DB) is bringing its operations and production teams closer together to further drive automation within the bank. The aim is to provide staff with new tools and relevant training to enable them to automate processes that don’t need manual execution with more independence, Stuart Gurr, group CIO for Asia-Pacific, tells WatersTechnology.

“So what we’re doing as a bank is investing a lot of focus around what we call production engineering,” he says, which supports the infrastructure

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