ITRS - Rapid Digital Transformation: Do You Have Enough Cover?
Common Sense Virtual Roundtable:

How Observability Drives
Faster & Effective Digital Transformations for Financial Services

21st April, 2022, 3 PM – 4 PM SGT, Successfully held

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ITRS Group

Here’s what we discussed:

Rapid rates of digital transformation have generated so much data that created new vulnerabilities for investment banks & trading firms in APAC. The pace of transformation is exceeding the ability of their IT teams to predict and react to issues before they lead to downtime.

In this invitation-only session, we discussed:

  • How do you transform your business digitally if you don’t have a clear, unified view of your stack?
  • How do you accelerate time-to-market and rapidly scale without compromising uptime and the performance of your complex environments?
  • It’s impossible to undergo a successful digital transformation without a clear understanding of your current state
  • Findings from new global research on operational resilience and their implications not only for firms’ regulatory compliance, but their very survival

Solution Experts

Guy Warren
CEO, ITRS Group
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Rohan Vartak
APAC Director, ITRS Group
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Here is what we learned:

Kumaresh Ponnusamy, Head of Engineering, Business Lending, ANZ

Kumaresh joined the session to learn more about observability.
Digital transformation is key, and it requires more investment. Loan originations were done in 30 days, but now that’s too long, and it has to be cut down to 20 minutes, which is quite a shift. They want to simplify the process, and they are doing that by looking at it as a business service. Making the process easier drives value, and customers get their answer as quick as possible.

From an operations perspective, there are multiple technologies involves in driving the availability value. Heat maps also drive value.

Kumaresh feels the competition is further ahead on its transformation journeys because they are doing a better job with their data consumption. That is critical when understanding the behavior of the customer. They are not nimble because they have a legacy database.

ANZ wants to drill down into individual transactions to understand why customers are spending. They use different levels of monitoring for observability.

Stitching transactions together helps them better understand them but is not the best solution.

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About ITRS Group:

ITRS Group’s technology establishes and maintains operational resilience for businesses operating in demanding environments where technology failure means business failure. By transforming the mass of raw data into meaningful information, ITRS helps enterprises run their IT estates intelligently, prevent outages and maximize efficiency. With over 20 years’ experience serving enterprise clients across industry markets, 800 clients worldwide rely on ITRS for their estate monitoring, capacity planning, IT analytics and load testing.

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