Our digital world is changing every day. New technologies are re-framing the way we work and live, disrupting business models and challenging society to rethink everything. In this podcast series, members of Microsoft’s Digital Advisory Team discuss the importance of key trends, developments and events and how they are leading to a transformation of the digital enterprise.

In this podcast Richard Potter, Chief Technology Officer – Microsoft Enterprise Services and Aman Kohli, Chief Technology Officer for Financial Services – Microsoft Enterprise Services, forage into key signposts on the digital horizon of financial services and show how they can help us navigate through the fog of new data-driven customer experiences.

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Richard Potter, Chief Technology Officer – Microsoft Enterprise Services

“We live in a world that is changing every day. Business models, customer experience and operational processes are not just being re-invented, they’re often being circumvented entirely. That is our digital world – it’s extremely challenging but it’s also the basis for great opportunity. I work with our customers to exploit today’s transformational opportunities and enable their businesses to change their world. Every day.”

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Aman KohliAman Kohli,  Chief Technology Officer for Financial Services – Microsoft Enterprise Services UK

Aman Kohli is CTO for Microsoft Services’ Financial Services and Insurance practice. He’s a passionate technologist and comes from leading the architecture of the Innovation Labs of a Tier 1 Full Service Bank. He has interests in Fintech, Digital Banking and Decentralised Distributed Computing. He has spent the last number of years working in the Bank’s Office of the CTO, focused on mobile and disruptive technologies like Blockchain, API as well as defining routes to the introduction of PSD2. He also chaired the technical working group of the Fintech and Payments Association Ireland (FPAI). Prior to joining the Bank he worked in the FSI practice for HP Enterprise Services where his main focus was on Front Office Cash trading systems. And his professional journey began with IONA Technologies, a distributed systems and integration, software technology company.

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