Becoming a Tech Leader in the New Normal
Technology as a priority for financial institutions in Japan/APAC
2020 was an unprecedented year. The turmoil caused by COVID-19 has forced everyone, including the financial industry, to react quickly and radically rethink their priorities.
Celent has focused on providing valuable insights to help the global financial industry cope with the uncertainty caused by this crisis. In addition to publishing special editions of our Top Trends and IT Spending reports, we provided strategic insights and recommendations based on our analysis of industry-specific and region-specific trends emerging in the “new normal.”
We conducted online surveys in Japan and APAC more frequently than ever before and disseminated our findings from these surveys in webinars and reports.
- New Normal in 2020
- COVID-19 Impact on FIs’ IT Plans in Japan/APAC
- IT Spending During COVID-19 in Banking
- Adapting to the New Normal, Part 1: A Response to COVID-19
- Adapting to the New Normal, Part 2: IT Spending in the COVID Era
- Alternative Benchmarks for a New Normal
- Future of Cloud in Financial Services
The 2021 priorities for global markets are already becoming clear. Through our latest Top Trends report series, Celent has offered a range of recommendations regarding strategic focus, especially when it comes to technology strategy. In 2021, we will continue to provide timely insights into post-pandemic market changes and the IT strategies necessary for leaders in the new normal.
- Top Technology Priorities for Retail Banks in 2021
- 2021 Corporate Banking Research Outlook
- Top Tech Trends in Capital Markets for 2021
- Top Wealth Management Trends: 2021 Edition
- Top Technology Priorities for Life Insurers in 2021
- Top Technology Priorities for P&C Insurers in 2021
- Top Technology Trends in KYC-AML: Transforming AML Operations in The Digital Era
Celent Survey: CIO Priorities for 2021 in Japan/APAC
Celent regularly conducts surveys on trends in the financial services industry. In this survey, Celent looks at priorities for IT strategies in 2021.
The survey consists of 20 questions and takes about 15 minutes to complete. All responses will be statistically tabulated and reflected in our survey report. We will not disclose any information that can identify individuals or companies when discussing the survey results in the report. Those who participate in the survey will receive a summary report of the survey results at a later date. Please let us know about your company’s initiatives.