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Susan Galer

It’s happened to all of us. We forgot we left our credit card in a different jacket, call the bank to immediately cancel the card, and scramble to update our numerous accounts with the new

Gartner Research predicts that nine out of 10 companies will do a blockchain proof of concept (PoC) project this year, but most won’t go any further ─ even if they are successful. On the other

Despite investing enormous amounts in people resources to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing and comply with regulations, banks have paid approximately $320 billion in fines over the last ten years alone. Cue artificial intelligence

The partnership announced between SAP and Google earlier this year was perfect timing for Michael Kern, co-founder and Member of the Executive Board at Sovanta. I snagged a one-on-one with Kern at the recent SAPPHIRE

Two established players are the unpredicted stand-outs in this year’s hottest group of fintech innovators – SAP and Vitality Group. I spent a few minutes with Stephen Mitchley, Chief Strategy Officer at Vitality Group during the

Clean water, good food, secure homes and sustainable transportation are among the basics we count on every day. Thanks to innovations like SAP S/4HANA, access to these basics is changing for the better. Four leaders

Healthy is good for people so it must be equally good for their employers. Not so fast. Employee wellness programs have exploded across our fibit-ized lives. But as connected wearables track our body’s every movement,

The next wave of insurtech disruption will overtake yesterday’s startups faster than the click of an app.  Case in point is Sales GPS, an AI-based app developed by Emplay to help insurance reps close more

Don’t start with a technology and try to apply it to your business. Start with your business problem and then find the technologies able to quickly provide solutions. This was a sampling of the advice

People using the latest technologies are often well-off, younger, urban and tech-savvy – or none of the above. This was the disruptive reality that 20 students (at left) from the London School of Economics imagined