New Intelligent Automation Solutions Fueling Capital Markets

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The pace of transformation in the capital markets is accelerating. How are firms keeping up and staying ahead? Leveraging automation and choosing the right providers is essential. Here is the guide for business leaders. FREMONT, CA: The pursuit of enhancing automation in capital markets goes way back in time.


Artificial Intelligence in Capital Markets: a tale of opportunities and Fintech collaborations

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According to a recently released IDC spending guide, worldwide Cognitive Systems and Artificial Intelligence revenues are forecast to surge past USD 47Billion in 2020. According to another research firm, Opimas Research, in 2017, financial firms alone will spend more than USD 1.5 billion on artificial intelligence (AI) related technologies and by 2021, USD 2.8 billion, representing an increase of a whopping 75%. Capital Markets, like every other space, is seeing a surge in technological solutions that are coming of age and delivering increased performance- especially in areas of advanced analytics, real time trade-processing platforms and improved regulatory compliance. These technological solutions in a way, have come as a panacea for Capital Market firms, which are grappling with increasing compliance costs and shrinking bottom lines. Thanks to these macroeconomic factors, Capital Market firms are increasingly looking towards advanced technology solutions like AI to increase employee efficiency and aid faster decision making.


3 Trading Practices Powered by Intelligent Automation

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Intelligent automation has a massive potential to streamline the complex trading process by precisely capturing the market patterns. FREMONT, CA: The capital market landscape is on the path to transformation with the emergence of new technologies. Investment firms are aiming to enhance their business and operational strategies. Technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), with robotic process automation (RPA), is being considered the torchbearer in this regard. In fact, the above-mentioned technologies are often collectively referred to as intelligent automation.


Technology is becoming the lifeblood of business: Jayajyoti Sengupta

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Singapore: Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp., a US-based information technology (IT) firm with most of its employees working out of India, expects its business growth in the Asia-Pacific region to outpace the company average this year, maintaining the trend seen in recent years, Jayajyoti Sengupta, vice-president and Asia-Pacific head, said in an interview. Automation, which includes robots, machine learning and artificial intelligence, will be among the new frontiers for Cognizant, as rote and repetitive processes become "digital, instrumented, analyzed and intelligent", he said. Cognizant has said it expects its revenue growth to slow to between 10% and 14.3% for the calendar year 2016. How do you see the situation in the Asia-Pacific? It would be pertinent to note that Cognizant's growth of 21% in calendar 2015 included revenues from the acquisition of TriZetto.


Technology is becoming the lifeblood of business: Jayajyoti Sengupta

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Singapore: Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp., a US-based information technology (IT) firm with most of its employees working out of India, expects its business growth in the Asia-Pacific region to outpace the company average this year, maintaining the trend seen in recent years, Jayajyoti Sengupta, president and Asia-Pacific head, said in an interview. Automation, which includes robots, machine learning and artificial intelligence, will be among the new frontiers for Cognizant, as rote and repetitive processes become "digital, instrumented, analyzed and intelligent", he said. Cognizant has said it expects its revenue growth to slow to between 10% and 14.3% for the calendar year 2016. How do you see the situation in the Asia-Pacific? It would be pertinent to note that Cognizant's growth of 21% in calendar 2015 included revenues from the acquisition of TriZetto.