Published November 28, 2017
London, United Kingdom - Capco, a leading management consultancy focused on the financial services industry, announced today the publication of the 46th edition of the Capco Institute Journal of Financial Transformation. Published in association with the Henley Business School, this edition of the Journal is focused on automation and robotic process automation (RPA).
The growing adoption of robotics technology by financial institutions is set to continue over the coming years. RPA provides an attractive solution for financial institutions, as it delivers substantial automation of daily, time-consuming data collection and processing tasks.
The Journal includes insights on the origins of RPA and identifies steps needed to avoid early stage implementation pitfalls, and information about how to unlock the real business value of RPA.
Capco CEO Lance Levy comments:
“Intelligent automation is one of the most prominent trends in financial services, and it is fundamentally redefining the industry landscape. We are seeing a rapid adoption amongst financial institutions of robotic process automation, enabling them to benefit from significant opportunities for cost reduction and efficiency gains.
“These robotic solutions are well-suited for banks responding to increasing regulatory and compliance demands; they offer more robust responses and liberate the human workforce to concentrate on truly value-added activities. To realise the full potential of RPA, institutions must form a very clear understanding of the business case, how to optimise the benefits, and how to manage these RPA once implemented.”
This edition of the Journal also provides perspectives on a variety of other challenges, including risk management transformation and financial planning.
Lance Levy continues:
“The Capco Institute’s Journal continues to provide valuable insights to practitioners seeking to improve strategic decision-making and operational performance. Capco is committed to bringing our clients real, evidence-based insights and guidance. I am hopeful this edition will help inform their future actions.”
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Edition #46 Automation of the Capco Institute Journal of Financial Transformation is available from today.
For further information, please contact:
Alistair Kellie / Sara Neidle / Charlotte Coulson, Newgate Communications
020 7680 6550
About the Capco Institute
The Capco Institute is a centre of excellence for financial industry thought leadership. Its peer-reviewed Journal of Financial Transformation, established in 2001, has published thinking and research from a range of distinguished international academics and finance practitioners, including Nobel prize winners.
Edition #46 Automation of the Capco Institute Journal of Financial Transformation includes:
1. Rethinking robotics? Take a step back
Ashwin Gadre, Partner, Capco
Ben Jessel, Managing Principal, Capco
Karan Gulati, Principal Consultant, Capco
2. Avoiding pitfalls and unlocking real business value with RPA
Lambert Rutaganda, Consultant, Capco
Rudolf Bergstrom, Senior Consultant, Capco
Avijeet Jayashekhar, Managing Principal, Capco
Danushka Jayasinghe, Associate, Capco
Jibran Ahmed, Managing Principal, Capco
3. The hybrid advice model
Kapin Vora, Partner, Capco Digital
Tobias Henry, Managing Principal, Capco Digital
Jacob Wampfler, Senior Consultant, Capco
Mike Clarke, Senior Consultant, Capco
4. Reconciliations: Five trends shaping the future landscape
Arif Khan, Principal Consultant, Capco
5. Understanding robotic process automation (RPA)
Markus Alberth, Managing Principal, Capco
Michael Mattern, Managing Principal, Capco
6. Thank you and goodbye – ending customer relationships and its significance
David Lim, Senior Consultant, Capco
Capco is a global technology and management consultancy dedicated to the financial services industry. Our professionals combine innovative thinking with unrivalled industry knowledge to offer our clients consulting expertise, complex technology and package integration, transformation delivery, and managed services, to move their organizations forward. Through our collaborative and efficient approach, we help our clients successfully innovate, increase revenue, manage risk and regulatory change, reduce costs, and enhance controls. We specialize primarily in banking, capital markets, wealth and investment management, and finance, risk & compliance. We also have an energy consulting practice. We serve our clients from offices in leading financial centers across North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific.