A letter to the board from the chief procurement officer

Chief procurement officers are more than just cost-cutters, and can add substantial value if given the right talent and resources

AI finally making its mark on procurement

Procurement has traditionally lagged behind when it comes to technology, but does artificial intelligence offer an opportunity for things to change?

Can banks and fintechs ever work together?

The arrival of open banking has thrown together fintechs and legacy banks, but do these organisations make good partners?

Digital banking or banking done digitally?

Fintech firms have shaken up the financial sector in recent years, so what can big banks learn from their digital rivals?

What is driving change in the events industry?

‘This is a diverse industry which needs to make the most of technology and every single asset it has’

Will the NHS ever really embrace digital tech?

Damaged by past digital disasters, the NHS looks to innovative technology to heal its wounds, but is there sufficient financial commitment and political leadership to see through a successful transition?

Digital currencies: the pros and cons

bank of england in london

The idea that central banks should introduce digital versions of physical cash is gaining traction. Led by innovative governments in cash-averse economies such as Sweden, the concept of central bank digital currencies has drawn both outright condemnation and enthusiastic support for its profound ramifications for payments, monetary policy and financial stability

Why manufacturing must digitally transform

Digital transformation without the right culture is meaningless and companies that fail to appreciate its importance risk stumbling at the first hurdle