After years of stagnant growth during the post-global-financial-crisis environment, firms are faced with budgetary pressures, declining resources, and restructuring. At the same time, firms are desperately looking for new ways to innovate and compete by better leveraging technology.
Against this backdrop, Alphacution Research Conservatory, a new data and analytics firm focused on technical infrastructure intelligence, proposes a standardized data-driven framework that can measure the return on technology (RoT) and, more importantly, benchmark firms in its modeling sample and quantify a firm’s “tech dividend” or “tech debt.”
View this webinar featuring Paul Rowady, director of research at Alphacution Research Conservatory, and Sang Lee, managing partner at Aite Group, to learn more about RoT and how firms can utilize this concept to better navigate their transformation and ultimately optimize their overall IT investment strategy.
The webinar will provide the following insights:
• Brief discussion of challenges within the financial services industry
• Introduction of Alphacution and relationship with Aite Group
• Presentation of the concept of RoT
o What is it?
o Where are we today with this concept and where is it headed?
o How is this going to help you?
• Case studies highlighting applicability of RoT
This webinar is open to all Aite Group clients and non-clients below:
Sang Lee is a co-founder and serves as managing partner of Aite Group. Mr. Lee's expertise lies in the securities & investments vertical, and he has advised many global financial institutions, software and hardware vendors, and professional services firms in sell-side and buy-side electronic trading technology, market structure, and retail brokerage technology evolution.
Paul Rowady is the Founder and Director of Research for Alphacution Research Conservatory, a company originally established in 2004 to develop high-end, visually-intensive trading and research systems. Prior to this, Paul spent 7 years with capital markets consultancy, TABB Group, where he was most notably the founding principal of its technology, analytics and data advisory practice.