Business Insight PapersBrickendon’s expert consultants take a deeper look at some of the main challenges facing our clients, offering sectoral analysis, providing detailed solutions and outlining the benefits of implementing change.
Brickendon’s rapid prototyping methodology enables technology and software ideas to be trialed and tested before being rolled out across the whole organisation. This saves time and resources and provides evidence for the production of a business case for further investment.
Software QA traditionally poses many challenges. Brickendon’s Quality Maturity Model (QMM) solution improves both business and delivery opportunities through a structured programme of proven and measured testing methodologies. It increases transparency and efficiency, improves time-to-market and tracks progress towards the client’s goals.
Brickendon recognises the importance of a clear, structured and well-planned technology strategy. Do you? In this paper we identify the challenges and issues associated with devising an appropriate technology management strategy and lay out a suitable framework for successful delivery.
Regulatory compliance is no longer just about deadline day. Brickendon’s experts look at the importance of ensuring ongoing compliance.
With the MiFID II implementation deadline already behind us, Brickendon’s expert consultants look at the importance of adopting a cohesive test strategy.
With the MiFID II implementation deadline already behind us, Brickendon’s experts look at the issues associated with data quality and lineage and why it pays to have a globally consistent strategic and holistic approach to sourcing and populating data.
Britain’s decision to leave the EU means many things for the financial services sector, including the possibility of being unable to properly service clients in all regions post-Brexit. Brickendon’s experts look at how best to prepare for all eventualities and avoid potentially significant losses of income.
RPA – Robotic Process Automation – is not about robots taking our jobs. It is about enabling organisations to make the best use of their employees in areas that add value to the firm’s operations by delegating repetitive tasks to machines.