Itiviti's CEO, Rob Mackay spoke with Global Investor Group about the challenges of Covid-19, and how the pandemic has forced capital markets to review their legacy technology.
Rob Mackay, Chief Executive Officer, Itiviti
Banks face a generational overhaul of legacy infrastructure to tackle capacity and remote working issues highlighted by the Covid-19 pandemic, the global tech firm’s chief executive has said.
“The capital markets are plagued with legacy technology,” Rob Mackay told Global Investor. “If you build something right with much newer technologies, there are nice growth opportunities available as a result.”
Mackay said that the initial transition to home working was surprisingly difficult for banks and other financial institutions as...
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