Category: Digital Transformation

A Pivotal Moment for Business Lenders

Within the next 3-5 years, we will see a revolution in lending. A series of small changes will eventually cause large systematic change, but Covid-19 has accelerated the need for digital transformation. It’s important to invest now to be prepared for the digital future.

Target in the top 3 in the Digital Leaders 100 Awards!

We’re thrilled that Target RPA has reached the top 3 in the AI Innovation of the Year category.

5 things lenders need to know about Generation Z and their approach to finance

Beth Collins, Solutions Lead at Target Group, examines what matters most to Generation Z when looking for financial products and providers.

Target Group shortlisted for the Digital Leaders 100 Awards

We’re delighted to have been shortlisted in the Digital Leaders 100 Awards in the AI Innovation of the Year category.

Digital Transformation in the Public Sector: How it Works

In Executive TV’s programme ‘Digital Transformation: Clients & Consumers', Target Group, along with Entec SI and Fathom, discuss what digital transformation involves and why it will play a key part in any organisation's future.

Digital Transformation in the Public Sector

Target’s Business Development Director for Public Sector, Richard South, explains how Target Group can support the public sector in the digital transformation.

What is RPA (Robotic Process Automation) & Why Does It Matter?

You might have heard all about it as it grows in popularity, but what is RPA (Robotic Process Automation) and why does it matter? We break it down in this post.

Don’t automate your problems – getting results from RPA in banking operations

In the new and exciting world of robotic process automation (RPA) the same kind of thing could be said – don’t automate your problems – yet today again many banks and financial services institutions are rushing headlong into digital programmes without considering what they are automating.

Can technology make consumer spending more ‘responsible’?

Charities are increasing their pressure on the finance industry to do more to protect its customers from their own spending. With Barclays introducing ways for its debit cards to be ‘switched off’ to certain types of spending, will we see such features extend further into all retail finance?