Self-service

Human vs Machine: What is the role for humans in the future

Colin Brown, CEO of Aryza talks about his view of automation. Despite the intense focus on automation the last few years there is still a role for humans, things we do better than machines. It is about finding the best mix for the job, in order to get the best outcome for the customer. See the full interview and find out more about Aryza-> Here.

Flexibility by Design

In discussion with Jake Levant from Lightico. We talked about the modularisation of software and indeed businesses, building flexibility into processes. APIs, Cloud (SaaS), Low code are all empowering much greater agility in process design. It could all be really transformational. See the full interview and find out more about Lightico-> Here.

The value of being close to the customer

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In discussion with Jake Levant from Lightico. The COVID pandemic has really forced us to rethink and reassess what is important within our businesses. Being close to the customer is of critical value. There is a new trend as companies start to see the value in picking some of the best ideas across other industries. See the full interview and find out more about Lightico-> Here.

Digital can help: At any hour

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In conversation with Dave Wilson and Rich Healey from PayLink Solutions. We chatted at length about digital adoption. One of the benefits they have seen is out of hours servicing – even on Christmas day there was demand, and with digital processes support is still at hand. See the full interview and find out more about Paylink Solutions-> Here.

Positives and negatives of meeting remotely

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In discussion with Martin O’Donnell and Gareth Bailey from DebtStream. We discuss the pro’s and cons of not being able to meet face to face, and how this will evolve in the future. See the full interview and find out more about DebtStream -> Here.

Handling Fraud Digitally

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In discussion with Jake Levant from Lightico. We talked about the new digital world and how we need new processes to help manage fraud. It is a ‘cat and mouse’ game, however what is critically important is how you adjust fraud prevention vs customer friction. Measures and controls need to balance value at risk. It all needs to be carefully balanced and managed. See the full interview and find out more about Lightico-> Here.