Prior to the OAS General Assembly held last month in Medellín, Colombia, member countries of the Organization of American States proposed to strengthen the use of technology to combat corruption in The Americas. “According to the Corruption Perception Index prepared ...
The event will look at "scaling robo-advice alongside traditional advice and how artificial intelligence and new digital capabilities can enhance financial planning."
"There is a clear demand on the part of consumers for personal loans," said Shayan Khwaja of BBVA Compass.
Texas A&M professor Anthony Guiseppi-Elie, Massy CEO Gervase Warner, and climatologist Marilyn N. Raphael highlight the depth of the nation's skills.
WePay will continue to operate as a standalone company and receive additional resources from JPMorgan Chase to continue to grow.
Why anyone considering a nearshore location should find out more about Trinidad and Tobago.
"How much technology can we do that replaces people?" said Tom Montag, COO of Bank of America, at a conference this week.
KPMG's new innovation center in New York aims to help serve clients build better technology-based solutions in disruptive sectors.
According to the coffee company, today's disruption was related to an internal technology update malfunction — not the global WannaCry cyberattack.
NICE was recognized with a silver award for its leading "Contact Center Solution" and a bronze honor in the "Business Intelligence Solution" category.
"The presence of the World Economic Forum in our city will help accelerate innovative science and technology policies," said San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee.
Bank of American was honored by Treasury Management International for its "commitment to innovations that are driving a change in client behavior and opportunity."
The bank chose this platform to improve its customer service, manage vendors, and implement other complementary solutions.
Latin American and Caribbean Exports Projected to Fall Again in 2016 – But Rate of Decline Is Slowing
The rate of export decline is slowing, with this projected 6% fall in 2016 being far less than the 15% plummet in 2015.
"Repealing the last $1.9 billion in Dodd-Frank from the Obama administration might be the first step for Congress in a more comprehensive overhaul of the law."