As financial institutions increasingly become IT companies, demand is rising for new software assurance capabilities. This digital disruption presents the industry with both its biggest challenge and best opportunity.Learn More
The rapid pace of technological change is putting pressure on the financial services sector to innovate like never before. At SIG, we help the industry ensure that software can power innovative new business models, structures and systems to improve agility and boost competitiveness.
Sigrid enables you to measure, evaluate and monitor your entire software landscape health at every stage of its life cycle – whether you’re buying, building, or operating.
By exposing hidden risks and opportunities in your source code, Sigrid gives you full insights in and recommendations on the performance of your software portfolio, continuously.
We get to the root cause of complex IT issues and provide you with practical strategies for improvement. Our fact-based analysis goes from bit to boardroom, from build quality to security, providing the right people with the relevant insights.
The right software architecture lays the foundation needed to rapidly develop and deploy flexible solutions - enhancing the customer experience and fueling innovation.
Putting software at the core of your business means taking a hard look at your legacy systems. And, most importantly, implementing a pragmatic transformation plan based on facts.
We identify production bottlenecks, provide deep insight into the churn and quality of your software delivery and recommend the right actions for resolution.
As nearly every type of financial activity is being re-imagined by technology, financial institutions are increasingly becoming IT companies. This continuous development demands new ways of quality assurance, which means that software - and its quality - will play a crucial role.
Blog - 2019 - 3 min read
We all know legacy IT presents big challenges and can certainly hinder your digital transformation. The problem is typically not a lack of high-level options (microservices! Low code!), but rather how to pick one and getting it right for your situation.
eBook - 2019 - 2 min read