Thank you for joining the Ross Republic podcast. In our twenty-ninth episode, we replay the second of three fireside chats that Ross Republic recently organised with Tuum. Host Adrian Klee is joined by Kristian Luoma, CSO of Utopia Music, and Rivo Uibo, CBO and co-founder of Tuum, to explore the technologies that are powering a fresh wave of innovation in the financial services sector and talk about the business models that are emerging as a result of improved technological capabilities.

RR Podcast #29

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We have recently teamed up with Tuum to create a new white paper called “It’s time to build! Making the right technology choices to enable true business transformation in banking”. In the paper, we invite you to discover the most important market shifts happening in banking and fintech, the key technologies driving the industry forward, emerging business models as well as what to look out for when choosing a core banking solution.

You can check out the white paper directly via Tuum here.

In the podcast episode, we replay our second fireside chat that focuses on the main technologies impacting the financial sector as well as the new digital business models enabled by them. Next to Rivo Uibo, Chief Business Office and Co-founder of Tuum, we were joined by Kristian Luoma, CSO of Utopia Music, a Swiss-based technology company that leverages big data in order to enhance the global music industry through increased revenues, reduced costs, accelerated payment cycles and improved insights. Previously, Kristian was the Head of OP Lab at OP Financial, Finland’s biggest financial group serving over 4.2 million customers.

During the course of the fireside chat we discussed how cloud, microservices and APIs are the key technologies that help banks drive new growth as well as how these technologies can become a catalyst for launching new business models in the era of embedded finance.

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