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20 minutes | Dec 1, 2022
Building Successful Teams with Helen Pownall
Teamwork makes the dream work, that's for sure. So what exactly makes teams tick? What are the ingredients of a successful team? What can organisations do to better support highly proficient and functional teams, through hard times and lots of legacy code? Here with us to discuss this exciting and crucial subject and share her vast experience is Helen Pownall, Engineering Programme Director at SportRadar.
24 minutes | Nov 23, 2022
A moment in the life of a CTO with Eoin Woods
Are you curious to find out what a CTO does? Grab your ear buds and listen to Eoin Woods, Endava's CTO share a snapshot of his professional life and how the B2B tech landscape has been evolving in that past decades. "From our perspective as suppliers, we're desperately trying to understand as much as we can about the client side, and that varies hugely by client. As you know, some clients share everything with us, some are very careful about what they share with us. And so we're always trying to fill in the gaps to understand what the client really needs as opposed to perhaps what we've been asked for in the last week. So it's a strange dance between the two, but it really is why we see again and again at Endava why clients who engage with us in a genuine partnership get so much more out of us than treating us as somebody that they have a contract with."
24 minutes | Nov 17, 2022
Sustainability in Fintech with Scott Harkey
Can technology help speed up the way we help the communities around us? This week on Tech Reimagined, Scott Harkey, our EVP of Financial Services and Payments talks about how companies in the finance space are impacting social equity and sustainability initiatives for the people in the communities in which they activate. Tune in to learn more.
20 minutes | Nov 10, 2022
How Tech is Driving Change in Sports with Helen Pownall
If you can imagine a data point, any really, in the activities surrounding a sport, SportRadar is there to collect and analyse it with the help of technology. Sounds exciting, isn’t it? Tune into this week’s episode of Tech Reimagined and learn about the many ways in which data can be leveraged to enhance both fans’ experiences and athletes’ performances with our guest - Helen Pownall, Engineering Programme Director at Sportradar. Share your thoughts with us - what do you think of the marriage between sports and technology?
20 minutes | Nov 3, 2022
Payments... Where to? with Scott Harkey
What opportunities arise at the beginning of a recession and what should companies focus on? What will the new year bring in the relationship between payment players and their customers? This week on Tech Reimagined, Scott Harkey, our EVP of Financial Services and Payments talks about payments and how the industry is looking now that most of the world is experiencing a certain level of economic turmoil.
23 minutes | Oct 27, 2022
The State of Tech in Financial Services
What will shape the future of banking in the years to come? What will be the key differentiator in the relationship people have with financial institutions? Scott Harkey, our EVP of Financial Services and Payments shares his opinion on what the current state of tech in financial services is and what the future holds in store for banks, payments processors, clients and partners involved in creating this ecosystem. Don’t worry, it’s not all business; you’ll also find out what Scott is into when he’s not shaping the future of financial tech. And it’s interesting, we promise.
26 minutes | Oct 6, 2022
The data dilemma with Greg van der Gaast
Our data footprint is increasing by the minute. But what happens with our personal information once we’ve shared it with different companies? Is it safe to share it? And if so, is it truly kept securely? Tune in to hear security enthusiast and expert Greg Van der Gaast share his thoughts on the subject. Greg: The bigger the chain gets, whether it's one company with just a sheer scale of factors and people and locations or smaller companies that are reliant on other companies where you get a chain of dependencies, the bigger it gets, the more difficult it is to actually protect data, especially when people are constantly pushing to drive value out of data. Data science is an incredible thing and we use it to drive business. We try to find ways of making money out of data. And every day we use Google, we do searches. We watch videos. We don't have to pay for any of this stuff, and yet people are making a killing off of it. It's like we're getting free stuff and yet someone's earning money off giving it to us. It's only when you do that, the expression that if you're not paying for it, you are the product. And you have to be aware of that. You are the product. You're selling a part of yourself to get this service, to get this convenience. And that's just the equation. There's no way around it. And that's it.
19 minutes | Sep 29, 2022
What is AI’s potential in banking and capital markets?
Whilst the hype around AI is justifiable the reality around how it’s being used in banking and capital markets looks a lot less exciting and more down to earth. Tune in and find out more in this insightful episode. Where can AI help banks and traders? How is AI being used nowadays and where is the industry heading? Will AI determine the unsafe usage of unstructured data? Listen to Bradley Howard and seasoned experts Stephane Malrait MD Global Head of Market Structure and Innovation for Financial Markets at ING and Pierre Kovacs, Industry Consultant Banking and Capital Markets take a closer look at how AI is shaping the banking industry. “…it's still under the supervision of a trader on the desk. So all the automations that we do there is people monitoring it in real time. The machine is never alone to make those decision and to manage. There is always supervision on top of it. So I think we put a lot of safeguards to make sure it doesn't go crazy. And even the regulator, as I say, want to make sure that all the algorithms that we write are tested, validated review approved by the compliance officer, the risk manager, et cetera. So there is a algo framework model that is used by every bank and validated by regulators to be able to put those barriers. And I think it's needed. And it fair that those barrier exists to make sure the system stay resilient and safe for clients.” – Stephane Malrait
23 minutes | Sep 22, 2022
Is blockchain changing banking for the good?
"The one thing that blockchain really does, it removes friction from the industry. And when I talk about friction, I'm talking about, there is one version of the truth that exists there. So we don't have reconciliations, which is a huge part of what we do in financial services. We are always reconciling what we know against another party. And now there are other ways of doing that, but blockchain does it in a way which is clean, which is sophisticated. And as Stephan does, it allows us to do it in real time, removing risk. The thing that I really get excited about blockchain, which I think is the benefit and also one of the drawbacks about it, is the excitement and the ideas that people have about what can be done there. I think it's forcing us to, encouraging us to think in new ways, think about what the things are we could do with technology. I think the drawback about that is a lot of people get over excited about it and run off down rabbit holes around things which don't actually add benefit to what we're doing." - Wynn Davies, EVP, US Finance Sector, Endava Listen to the full episode here for an in-depth look into how blockchain is influencing the banking industry. Bradley Howard and seasoned experts Stephane Malrait and Wynn Davies take a deep dive into the real and projected benefits of blockchain, what are some of the most exciting DLT implementations and what’s in store for the future of the market. Got questions? We’re curious to hear them: https://www.linkedin.com/company/endava/ firstname.lastname@example.org
22 minutes | Sep 15, 2022
Technology Innovation in Large Banks with Stephane Malrait and Toby Dixon
Bradley Howard: Do you always start with a new technology and see how you can use it? Or sometimes do you look at challenges within the business and think, "Oh we can solve that using X, Y and Z," which doesn't always need to be the latest technology? Stephane Malrait: It's a very good question and I think it's a mix of both to be honest. If the business is not aware of what is available to them as new type of technology, you will never move. A good example is when the iPhone came out. Everybody was on Blackberry and we were very happy to be on the Blackberry phone. They didn't know they needed to change but then a new tech arrive and everybody jumped to that new tech because there were a lot more functionalities in this new type of solution. And I think here it's the same. It's the case that sometimes the demand comes from the business, system is too slow or too outdated and we need to change, and then we push to make some automation or change the technology, but other time is the other way around, and we find technology company or FinTech company, we have very good solution and we say, " Oh, it can help us to dramatically improve the way we do business so we should integrate with them." A good example will be natural language processing. In NLP, we have a lot of text, we have a lot of data, and we didn't know we could do a lot more with that type of information until we discovered there are NLP solutions out there who can help to get more than translating, unformatted data to formatted data point based on the text or the chat that we have, and then using this data to improve the customer experience. So this is more technology led than business led, but at the end, the result is the same, you have an improvement that you want to have. Listen to the rest of this insightful conversation between Stephane Malrait MD Global Head of Market Structure and Innovation for Financial Markets at ING, Toby Dixon, Delivery Director, FS, Banking & Capital Markets and Bradley Howard, Dive deeper into what builds technology innovation in the banking and capital markets arena as two seasoned professionals talk through what trends are currently shaping the industry and some of the lessons they learned in the technology innovation programs they were a part of from a dual perspective: ING - a bank's and a service partners. Should you have any questions – don’t hesitate to contact them or us directly. Subscribe to get notified when the next two episodes of our series dedicated to the banking and financial industry will be released. Until next time!
16 minutes | Sep 8, 2022
An up-to-date and very brief history of medical technology with Dr. Gillian Halley
Technology isn’t going anywhere, anytime soon. We must make the most of it by educating ourselves on the latest advancements in medical practice and understanding what benefits we can reap from them. Here to talk through some interesting aspects and some of the history behind Medtech from her hands-on point of view – Dr. Gillian Halley. Tune in and let us know, how do you view technology’s role in your own relationship with health and the medical system.
38 minutes | Sep 1, 2022
Portrait of a Hacker with Greg Van der Gaast
In this week’s episode, Bradley Howard takes a closer look at the current state of corporate information security and the future of hacking with non-other than infosec expert – Greg Van Der Gaast. Together they explore what decision-makers should be doing to protect their organisations better, how security needs to be treated as a brand value and integrated into all departments and processes and where hacking is heading.
18 minutes | Aug 18, 2022
Next-Gen Tech and Healthcare with Dr. Gillian Halley
How can we fix the trust and data equation in our healthcare strategies? Is the medical practice becoming overly reliant on technology in our quest for good health and wellness? Here to answer these questions and share some hands-on stories from her vast experience, Dr. Gillian Halley in an insightful conversation with Bradley Howard.
24 minutes | Jul 28, 2022
Healthcare in a post-pandemic reality
This Thursday on Tech Reimagined Dr. Gillian Halley and Bradley Howard discuss the many ways in which the pandemic has influenced the healthcare system, how it has changed the medical profession, how patients have become more aware of their health generally and what role technology plays in all of this. Tune in to find out more about healthcare in a post-pandemic reality and let us know: has the pandemic influenced your own relationship with the healthcare system?
19 minutes | Jul 21, 2022
Even Next-Gen Tech Needs a Lawyer
This week on Tech Reimagined AI and legal expert John Buyers discusses how the law eventually catches up on technology advancements and why it’s better to have a legal perspective on a project sooner rather than later. Tune in and learn more about the importance of legal counsel in protecting the interests of all the parties involved, not just the services providers.
39 minutes | Jul 14, 2022
A Professional Portrait with Dame Inga Beale
Tune in for this insightful and heartfelt conversation on the professional aspect of life with British Businesswoman and Equality Advocate, Dame Inga Beale. Learn why passions matter, how keeping in line with your most inner values helps you build a fulfilling career, and why asking for honest feedback is crucial. We hope you’ll feel as inspired as we were when we recorded this special edition of Tech Reimagined and perhaps you too will start looking at your career (and life!) from a different perspective And, if you’ve enjoyed this episode, please don’t hesitate to subscribe!
11 minutes | Apr 21, 2022
End of Season 2 Mash-Up
In Season 2 of Tech Reimagined we’ve explored some of the big questions around technology and the many ways it influences the industries that are impacting our daily lives. And it has been really insightful to do so with all these amazing guests: Imma Martinez, Brian McBride, Sarah Thomas, Guy Kawasaki, Tom Gruber, John Buyers, Joe Dunleavy, Alex Hunter, Merri Williams, Dave Coplin, Matt Bonetti, Viola Llewellyn, Mark Manley. A huge thank you to all of you for taking the time to join us and our listeners. Until July we leave you with this mash-up of some of our favourite moments from Season 2. Enjoy!
17 minutes | Apr 14, 2022
Challenges of building a business in the environment sector
Our guest this week is Mark Manley, president, and co-founder of Me-Cycle – a really neat US-based startup designed to help people recycle better and easier through the help of technology. Listen in to learn more about recycling, the consumer mindset, and what we need to focus on to do more for our future.
23 minutes | Apr 7, 2022
AI and the law
Machine learning and AI are still in their early “wild wild west days”, to quote our guest this week, John Buyers, AI expert and partner at Osborne Clarke, here with us to untangle some of the legal and moral aspects of building systems reliant on these technologies.
12 minutes | Mar 31, 2022
Making complex things simple
This week on Tech Reimagined we’re discussing the importance of simplifying complex technologies in B2C industries with Matt Bonetti who will share bits of his extensive knowledge on the subject. Tune in to find out how simplicity can be achieved for the people who use complex systems, for the ones who create them, and even in our daily lives.
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