JPMorgan Asset and Wealth Management's CIO brings the pace of the trading floor to asset management.
The prominence of the Agile development methodology has exploded within the financial technology sphere in recent years as both vendor and end-user firms have looked to release new functionality on a continual basis, with release cycles being reduced to…
Schroders CTO Stewart Carmichael discusses what innovation means to the firm ahead of the inaugural WatersTechnology Innovation Summit.
It seems that despite realizing the value and sometimes the necessity of decommissioning legacy systems, capital markets firms can become so attached to their old infrastructures that they find it hard to even start developing a feasible strategy around…
Victor Anderson speaks to StatPro’s Neil Smyth about Revolution Performance, the firm's new performance platform/engine, and the extent to which clients have embraced cloud-based, middle-office applications.
When opting for the Agile software development methodology, Victor says firms should think carefully about how to time their releases.
Schroders CTO Stewart Carmichael details how the investment firm is embracing change through the adoption of the Agile methodology.
While technology transformation projects can seem more than they are, the reality is a little more practical says John.
Close collaboration and delivering regular value to the firm's business users are the keys to establishing trust, according to Paula Walter, CTO at London-based Newton Investment Management.
Part two of this two-part feature looks at the business processes most suited to Agile & the need for Agile to be a company mentality.
While the Agile software development methodology has been around since the mid-90s, it’s really only been in the last few years that capital markets firms have started to embrace various aspects of its Manifesto.
Victor Anderson argues that as pressure continues to mount on CIOs to provide examples of the value they deliver to the organization, the Agile development methodology offers them some wiggle room and might well provide them with something of a pressure…