Financial CTO: Consumers Pushing Banks To Internet Scale
Yobie Benjamin, global CTO for a large financial institution, says much the same way users are accustomed to getting sub-500ms performance out of websites like Google, the same is expected of his bank's online applications.
Benjamin recently joined Fritz Nelson and David Berlind on the set of InformationWeek's Valley View to talk about his top priorities. Among those priorities is getting his company to Internet scale.
The way Benjamin describes it, the user experience that consumers are seeing on their iPads is setting bank customers' technological expectations. Not only must everything be available across the Internet, both the user experience and the speed must be uncompromising. For example, according to Benjamin, much the same way Internet users are accustomed to getting sub-500ms performance out of websites like Google, the same is expected of his bank's online applications.
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