QA Financial met up with Damo Sampathkumar (pictured), general manager at Renovite, one of the most recent start-up in payments processing IT, to discuss their latest product launch and the move towards automation in payments.
Financial institutions in the Asia-Pacific region will be more inclined to hire technology specialists this year than investment bankers as they enhance product offerings and upgrade their systems, according to a survey by Options Group Inc.
The U.S. defense agency that helped invent the Internet is now looking at blockchain, the database technology behind the digital currency bitcoin, to help protect the networks its research made possible.
Wall Street’s largest back-office processing service is partnering with IBM to upgrade how payments and record-keeping for credit-default swaps are handled by putting the system on a blockchain by early next year.
QA Financial met with Antony Edwards (pictured), CTO at London-based test automation specialist TestPlant, to find out where banks really are on the automation curve — and to cut through the hype around artificial intelligence in testing.
The leaders of two of India’s largest technology services companies, Infosys and Wipro, have warned employees that their industry faced a grave threat from rising political and economic conflict around the world.
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