Mark P. Dangelo: The Dark Matter Transforming M&A Post-Deal Landscapes, Part 1

Industry 4.0 for banking and financial services is changing the landscape of the who, what, where, why, and how of M&A targets and post-deal actions. Prescriptions are out—a new framework is in due to non-stop deals, vast data, and layers upon layers of new innovations. M&A actions moving forward are all about “Are we asking the right questions?”

Mark P. Dangelo: The Dark Matter Transforming M&A Post-Deal Landscapes, Part 1

Industry 4.0 for banking and financial services is changing the landscape of the who, what, where, why, and how of M&A targets and post-deal actions. Prescriptions are out—a new framework is in due to non-stop deals, vast data, and layers upon layers of new innovations. M&A actions moving forward are all about “Are we asking the right questions?”

Mark P. Dangelo: The Dark Matter Transforming M&A Post-Deal Landscapes, Part 1

Industry 4.0 for banking and financial services is changing the landscape of the who, what, where, why, and how of M&A targets and post-deal actions. Prescriptions are out—a new framework is in due to non-stop deals, vast data, and layers upon layers of new innovations. M&A actions moving forward are all about “Are we asking the right questions?”

Mark P. Dangelo: The Dark Matter Transforming M&A Post-Deal Landscapes, Part 1

Industry 4.0 for banking and financial services is changing the landscape of the who, what, where, why, and how of M&A targets and post-deal actions. Prescriptions are out—a new framework is in due to non-stop deals, vast data, and layers upon layers of new innovations. M&A actions moving forward are all about “Are we asking the right questions?”

Mark P. Dangelo: aaS, the Building Blocks for an Uncertain Future, Part 3

Future market offerings and IT system delivery are being altered by the exponential expansion of granular, stackable aaS solutions. For industry leaders unaccustomed to using cross-industry building blocks and iterations of offerings, they will find declining profitability against rising industry disintermediation against their core products and services.

Mark P. Dangelo: aaS, the Building Blocks for an Uncertain Future, Part 3

Future market offerings and IT system delivery are being altered by the exponential expansion of granular, stackable aaS solutions. For industry leaders unaccustomed to using cross-industry building blocks and iterations of offerings, they will find declining profitability against rising industry disintermediation against their core products and services.

Mark P. Dangelo: aaS, the Building Blocks for an Uncertain Future, Part 3

Future market offerings and IT system delivery are being altered by the exponential expansion of granular, stackable aaS solutions. For industry leaders unaccustomed to using cross-industry building blocks and iterations of offerings, they will find declining profitability against rising industry disintermediation against their core products and services.

Mark P. Dangelo: aaS, the Building Blocks for an Uncertain Future, Part 3

Future market offerings and IT system delivery are being altered by the exponential expansion of granular, stackable aaS solutions. For industry leaders unaccustomed to using cross-industry building blocks and iterations of offerings, they will find declining profitability against rising industry disintermediation against their core products and services.

Mark P. Dangelo: aaS, the Building Blocks for an Uncertain Future, Part 3

Future market offerings and IT system delivery are being altered by the exponential expansion of granular, stackable aaS solutions. For industry leaders unaccustomed to using cross-industry building blocks and iterations of offerings, they will find declining profitability against rising industry disintermediation against their core products and services.

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.