Technology

Devil in the data: How banks can improve data management

02/12/16

As information demands grow, banks need improved data management. Both risk and finance will play a critical role.

Fast Takes on Talent Innovations

02/12/16

Our series of Fast Takes on Talent Innovations examines the critical role each element of the talent ecosystem plays within an organization – and offers PwC’s insights on how today’s business leaders can reinvent their talent strategies to compete and win.

Path to purchase: Guiding customers through winding digital roads

02/10/16

Traditional institutions can fend off disruptors by becoming more customer-centric, analytic, and digitally-focused.

Directors and IT

02/05/16

Overseeing a company's information technology activities remains a significant concern for today's boards of directors.

Q&A: What is blockchain?

01/27/16

How can blockchain improve the business processes that occur between companies, radically lowering the “cost of trust?”

2015 Global Airline CEO Survey: Getting clear of the clouds

01/19/16

PwC’s Global CEO Survey gives company leaders, governments and the world’s business community a unique insight into the vision and decisions of the global CEO.

A Strategist's Guide to Blockchain

01/18/16

The distributed ledger technology that started with bitcoin is rapidly becoming a crowdsourced system for verifying transactions of all types. Could it replace central banks?

Mutually Assured Disruption

01/04/16

Why should established financial services companies join forces with upstart competitors?

Tax function of the future: Unlocking the power of data and analytics - Webcast replay

11/17/15

In this recorded webcast, our Tax Reporting & Strategy specialists discuss how streamlining the data collection and management process enables the tax function to shift its focus from gathering data to analyzing data to participate more strategically within the organization.

Tax function of the future: Unlocking the power of data and analytics

11/17/15

This piece examines how streamlining the data collection and management process can enable the tax function to shift its focus from gathering data to analysis and adding the value needed to participate more strategically within the organization.