Mark P. Dangelo: Purging of Underperforming Innovation Firms Is Accelerating

As banking, mortgage and financial services look to remain innovatively different, the quest to “do something” that leverages their people, processes and partners is creating a dystopia during a period of profitability for many leaders unfamiliar with rapid innovations taking place across their markets and offerings.

Mark P. Dangelo: Purging of Underperforming Innovation Firms Is Accelerating

As banking, mortgage and financial services look to remain innovatively different, the quest to “do something” that leverages their people, processes and partners is creating a dystopia during a period of profitability for many leaders unfamiliar with rapid innovations taking place across their markets and offerings.

Mark P. Dangelo: Purging of Underperforming Innovation Firms Is Accelerating

As banking, mortgage and financial services look to remain innovatively different, the quest to “do something” that leverages their people, processes and partners is creating a dystopia during a period of profitability for many leaders unfamiliar with rapid innovations taking place across their markets and offerings.

Mark P. Dangelo: Purging of Underperforming Innovation Firms Is Accelerating

As banking, mortgage and financial services look to remain innovatively different, the quest to “do something” that leverages their people, processes and partners is creating a dystopia during a period of profitability for many leaders unfamiliar with rapid innovations taking place across their markets and offerings.

Mark P. Dangelo: Purging of Underperforming Innovation Firms Is Accelerating

As banking, mortgage and financial services look to remain innovatively different, the quest to “do something” that leverages their people, processes and partners is creating a dystopia during a period of profitability for many leaders unfamiliar with rapid innovations taking place across their markets and offerings.

Mark P. Dangelo: Accelerating ‘as a Service’ (aaS) Displaces Finance and Lending Traditions

The plethora of aaS over the past decade has within their silos been nothing short of a disruptive phase shift of hardware, network, data, and software consumption. However, what happens when these aaS offerings are merged, stacked, and branched to arrive at containers of agility and innovation all serving rapidly evolving customers and their expectations of how finance should be conducted?

Mark P. Dangelo: Accelerating ‘as a Service’ (aaS) Displaces Finance and Lending Traditions

The plethora of aaS over the past decade has within their silos been nothing short of a disruptive phase shift of hardware, network, data, and software consumption. However, what happens when these aaS offerings are merged, stacked, and branched to arrive at containers of agility and innovation all serving rapidly evolving customers and their expectations of how finance should be conducted?

Mark P. Dangelo: Accelerating ‘as a Service’ (aaS) Displaces Finance and Lending Traditions

The plethora of aaS over the past decade has within their silos been nothing short of a disruptive phase shift of hardware, network, data, and software consumption. However, what happens when these aaS offerings are merged, stacked, and branched to arrive at containers of agility and innovation all serving rapidly evolving customers and their expectations of how finance should be conducted?

Mark P. Dangelo: Innovation Disruption Does NOT = BAU

As U.S. housing and real estate markets exceed $36 trillion and operating plans continue to reflect growth, the crumbling of the business-as-usual foundations because of big data and innovation acceleration will lead many banking and lending organizations to make the wrong decisions in 2021 by ignoring their customer value across the supply chain.

Mark P. Dangelo: Innovation Disruption Does NOT = BAU

As U.S. housing and real estate markets exceed $36 trillion and operating plans continue to reflect growth, the crumbling of the business-as-usual foundations because of big data and innovation acceleration will lead many banking and lending organizations to make the wrong decisions in 2021 by ignoring their customer value across the supply chain.