by Bartosz Dąbkowski, Head of Hays Response, Poland
All businesses will at some point experience some degree of digital transformation. New technologies and internet-based solutions become the reality of companies from various sectors and of different origin.
By Sławomir Lubak, partner, leader of Technology Strategy & Integration, TMT, Mariusz Ustyjańczuk, partner, Risk Advisory Department and Daniel Martyniuk, partner, leader of Technology Consulting, Deloitte
Several of this year’s tech trends are responses to persistent IT challenges.
By Rafał Górski, Automation & Rapid Solutions Lead, and Konrad Gaponiuk, Senior Consultant, Business Advisory KPMG in Poland.
In a highly competitive market, companies are trying to understand why customers prefer certain brands, staying loyal to them and recommend them – especially when products or services of different brands are comparable.
The concept of ‘silent cyber’ presents a number of problems for the insurance market, but arguably the most significant one is that of risk accumulation. Risk accumulation for cyber as a line of business is already an issue for insurers and reinsurers. However, it is potentially dwarfed by that of cyber as a peril across multiple lines.
By Joanna Bańkowska, President of BDO Technology Warsaw
Our company is a part of BDO; the parent company’s main activity is financial audit. It’s been present on the Polish market for over 20 years; last year it came fourth in the ranking of financial audit companies in Poland.
By Marcin Pietkiewicz, attorney-at-law, Financial Institutions & Capital Markets practice, Wardyński & Partners
The end of 2019 was a tipping point in the legislative process of abandoning the physical document as a carrier of securities used to raise finance on capital markets. Bonds, investment certificates, mortgage bonds, shares and subscription warrants have either bid farewell, or will soon do so, to the physical document as a carrier.
A new generation of consumers is entering the market – the ‘hypermedia generation’ for whom eCommerce is a native purchasing environment. They like to have a choice, and that goes for the transaction model as well.
Deveho Consulting Group is a Sage certified partner, integrating Sage’s X3 enterprise resource planning (ERP) platform. Founded in France in 2009, the firm has grown into a business that distributes the Sage solution in the cloud. Its particular specialisation is in cross-jurisdiction implementations.