Ganeshan is a seasoned business leader with over two decades of experience in structuring effective entrepreneurial orientation in leading organizations. His career is liberally sprinkled with his many successes in shaping the long-term success of enterprises by increasing their organizational velocity for strategic business expansion. A specialist in nurturing and sustaining marquee client relationships, Ganeshan excels in implementing a collaborative format of leadership. His acumen in establishing a vision and creating business value through business-led IT execution has helped several organizations forge profitable joint go-to-market partnerships. Ganeshan’s skill in shaping i2i (Idea to Implementation) client relationships is acknowledged by experts across industries. As President, Ganeshan focuses on redefining Trianz’ delivery of digital transformation, facilitating perspective driven business insights and technology solutions to clients and building high-performance global teams.
When you think of the word innovation, many different concepts and places come to mind. You may think of high-speed rail transit in Japan or Elon Musk’s Hyperloop. But, while the world is focused on these established regions, several countries Read more »
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As technological innovation drives new opportunities for fraudsters, digital security counter-measures could inadvertently be encouraging a resurgence of old-school tactics. These criminals know that today’s customers are wise to some of the more Read more »
The growing role of ESG in business Over the past few years, Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) responsibility has become a key business imperative and it’s clear that it’s here to stay. It is now being discussed at the highest levels, as Read more »
2019 has been the year of disruption for the Financial Services (FS) sector, largely driven by evolving customer expectations and the influx of new technology. Increasing regulatory requirements, combined with new entrants in the market and shifting Read more »
Whilst we talk about legacy technology as if it is commonplace across industries, it’s a relatively new term within Financial Services. The financial services industry didn’t used to compete by innovating for customers, instead they relied on Read more »
The pace of change in the financial services sector is such that traditional business models are no longer viable, and firms that have stood the test of time must adapt in order to survive. A recent Gartner report found that by 2030, 80% of heritage Read more »