Pace of change accelerating in financial services [Video]

Change is happening at a blistering pace in the financial services sector. Banks and credit unions that have long taken a conservative approach to technology investments are embracing innovation, as they face pressure to adapt.

Almost half of financial services executives polled by Deloitte said they expect radical changes to hit the sector shortly. Even those who anticipate gradual change still expect it to start occurring right away.

New technologies are emerging quickly, as fintech leaders disrupt financial services. Banks and credit unions must adapt.

GDS Link can empower firms as they work through this process. Our risk analytics platform makes big data programs accessible, giving organizations the data-driven insights they need to develop stronger processes and improve decision-making across operations.

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