How to manage technological talent: the most important characteristics in managers (but also in employees)

How to manage technological talent: the most important characteristics in managers (but also in employees)

In good Portuguese, the popular expression – “having enough to spare” – characterizes the abundance of something. Combining it in the context of technological talent seems almost counterintuitive. Perhaps it would be more appropriate to say almost the opposite, which allows us to recognize the undoubted importance of two crucial vectors in the management of technological talent: capturing and monitoring.

In good Portuguese, the popular expression – “having enough to spare” – characterizes the abundance of something. Combining it in the context of technological talent seems almost counterintuitive. Perhaps it would be more appropriate to say almost the opposite, which allows us to recognize the undoubted importance of two crucial vectors in the management of technological talent: capturing and monitoring.

In the world of the Consulting business, which I integrate and represent here, there is a strong competitiveness in attracting good technological resources, assumed in multiple approaches that other people will know and will be able to characterize much better than me. Therefore, I prefer, and because I am closer to the other perspective, to focus on discussing what I believe are some of the most relevant points to observe in an employee, not only in terms of recognizing their value, but also in managing their potential evolution, from a career perspective. The way I see it, technical capacity, responsibility, communication skills and team spirit, in no specific order, constitute the map of essential attributes.

Naturally, regarding the previous points, technical capacity assumes a high preponderance, since if “omelets are not made without eggs”, it is also not possible to think about a technological career without technical capacity. But, knowing that there are innate competences, such as logical reasoning or analytical thinking skills, and others acquired, it is in this second point that we have the greatest scope of action while being responsible for teams and their careers. I emphasize, of course, the vast experience that we can pass on to them, but also the fact that technologies and tools are learned, and it is always possible to identify which best serve the needs and motivations of each one, and thereby define a positive training plan, appropriate, and that mobilizes people’s enthusiasm.

Subsequently, I also highlight the responsibility incurred in daily work, because we can only do something of real value when we apply ourselves seriously and professionally. But, again, this being a factor that reveals individual maturity, it is still variable depending on the age, experience and even personality of each one, and it is also a point where senior monitoring is crucial to help shape people to a profile of greater competence.

As team managers, we must be a little bit of everything, and understand the individual peculiarities. I remember examples from those who needed to be challenged to reach their potential, to those who lack a regular word of trust and appreciation, to those who evolved due to the required accountability … All of them distinct, all success stories, based on a differentiated approach, assertive demand and in leadership by example.

In the chapter of soft skills, whose importance I believe is associated not so much with the content of the work but with the way it is carried out, I highlighted communication and team spirit because with the full agenda that affects us all, it is crucial that we make good use of the time that we have. To that end, it is necessary for teams to exchange information efficiently and assertively, and for mutual assistance to be promoted as a key ingredient for success, which I often observe to be associated with the individual’s capacity for abstraction in favor of the so-called “big picture”. In this sense, it is the role of the team manager to establish dialogue, question people, challenge them to think from a different perspective and embrace a different posture, focused on the team and common goals.

In conclusion, it is clear that the topics that I presented and discussed in this article are not exact science, and they describe much of my own experience, and the dynamics of work that I have been creating together with the different people that I have had the privilege to manage. Still, I think it is a pertinent reflection, because I increasingly feel that, in this context, the difference between success and its opposite is due to small details, so there is nothing that I recommend more than being very attentive, observant, and concerned with ensuring not only our path, but also that of those around us and helping us get where we want as a team. That way, we may never be able to say that we have talent “to give and sell”, but perhaps we can always have enough to do what really competes with us: “enough to spare” quality to our customers.

By André Monteiro, team manager at askblue

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askblue has already hired 84 professionals in 2020

askblue has already hired 84 professionals in 2020

The askblue technology center has now a new team based on Terceira Island, joining the already existing ones of Coimbra and Lisbon.

This year, the national consulting company strengthened its team with 84 new employees to continue the growth resulting from new projects, especially international ones.

One of the areas in which askblue registered significant growth in 2020 was Operations – namely in terms of the application management service, which operates in the evolutionary maintenance and support of the client’s core applications and the askblue technology center (ATC). This is a support center focused on the evolutionary maintenance of projects, especially in OutSystems and / or .NET / SQL technologies, which has gained a new team in Terceira Island, Azores. With this new location, ATC represents a total of three hundred employees.

According to the company, “since its inception, there has been a clear commitment to incorporating and forming junior profiles, so that they may grow in the company, whether it’s in the areas of consultancy, technological or business”, in a clear commitment to training, which has been translated into a ‘high retention rate’.

Pedro Nicolau, CEO of askblue, explains the company’s success: «The sustained growth that we have been experiencing is a testimony to the work quality carried out on the projects and the recognition on the part of our customers, which makes us especially proud. We have a strategic focus on the qualification and retention of our teams, in seeking both their professional excellence and their individual satisfaction, which we believe are two components of the success achieved to date, and which we intend to maintain».

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OutSystems Congratulates the 2020 Innovation Award Winners

OutSystems Congratulates the 2020 Innovation Award Winners

At the end of the day, OutSystems customers deliver. We are constantly inspired by their stories about how they’re bucking the trend and delivering real results with our platform. The OutSystems Innovation Awards recognize these organizations and the people that are successfully using OutSystems to make amazing things happen. Here are this year’s winners and finalists. Congratulations!

Banco Santander, with Partner askblue
Region/Category: EMEA Winner, Business Impact

Santander deployed a New Mortgage Process in an incredibly short time frame, delivering a superior user experience along with a more efficient loan experience for the customer. The impact on their business was impressive: NPS raised up to 50%, costs reduced by 50%, average end-to-end time lowered by 50%, and sales increased to 35%.

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Traditional financial entities are now tied to their legacy system

Pedro-Nicolau-CEO-da-askblue

Traditional financial entities are now tied to their legacy system

A jovem askblue faz um balanço muito positivo dos seus sete anos de atividade e, apesar do atual enquadramento económico, mantém-se otimista. Pedro Nicolau, CEO, da consultora explica como se adaptou-se às novas circunstâncias de mercado.

The company was founded in 2013 by four partners, Pedro Nicolau, Sofia Bastos Santos, Rui Couto, and Ana Rosado. askblue helps companies and organizations transform digitally, as well as helping them define their business structuring strategies.

Last year one of the company’s goals was to grow internationally and to have a dedicated team that would develop markets in the Middle East and Northern Europe. There are currently several projects underway in Dubai, Saudi Arabia, and the Netherlands.

Pedro Nicolau told Link To Leaders about the project’s direction and goals for this year. Despite the uncertainty caused by the pandemic, it still has the ambition to surpass 14 million euros and to expand to a team of 350 people.

How is askblue adapting to this new Covid-19 pandemic context?
In a very short time, we have managed to adapt well to these new circumstances. Fortunately, the way our company functions makes it possible to do all the work remotely. However, we had to make sure that some working conditions were put in place to avoid a drop in productivity. By working remotely, we had to have full access to our customers’ computer systems, which took about two to three weeks. We also had to adjust our work methodologies to let our employees continue working as a team, despite being physically separated.

Since our work activities require a great deal of customer interaction throughout the project, we have adapted and rescheduled our work meetings. Thus, these meetings have become shorter and more frequent. 

The management of the company and the departments also had to be adapted. The main objective has been to stick to the routine, maintaining visual access through collaboration tools and video calls, keeping everyone’s motivation high, and maintaining communication between teams.

Finally, we streamlined internal communication through our internal social network, increasing the frequency of information to promote and encourage participation.

We believe that we have become an attractive company to work for and for this reason, we have attracted and kept the best professionals working for us.

What is your assessment of these seven years of doing business? And what would you like to achieve in the next seven years?
Our assessment is very positive. We believe that we have become an attractive company to work for and for this reason, we have attracted and kept the best professionals working for us. Our customers also have confidence in our ability to develop critical and transformation projects. This should also be part of the formula to help us achieve success in the future. 

Our goal for the next seven years is to develop and grow internationally and to reinforce our presence in the non-financial sectors. We would like to strengthen our reputation as a reference company in Portugal because we know how to provide value-added solutions and because of the quality and experience of our professionals.

We are aware that in order to continue growing at a fast pace, we will have to deal with new challenges, such as maintaining that high level of quality when it comes to our services, investing in technical and functional specialization, developing competitive offers, and being innovative.

Which countries and regions is askblue thinking of investing in at the moment?
Northern Europe and the United States. We already have partners and ongoing projects in both of these markets.

How much did askblue make last year and what contributed most to the earnings?

We had a turnover of 10.8 million and the financial sector contributed the most.

“We believe that with the information base at our disposal and even with the uncertainty we are currently facing, we will continue to grow in double digits this year (…)”

What are your prospects for this year? Are you able to reach 14 million euros as predicted?
Our prospects for 2020 were very positive before the pandemic started. The first-quarter results of this year were just as we had predicted, both in terms of volume and margin. It has been our best quarter ever. 

The future is less predictable today and we are aware that our sector is not one of the most directly affected. Some customers have already been affected and others will be affected later. This will hurt their business, either by reducing turnover or by increasing costs and, therefore, in the future they may use less external services.

However, since askblue mainly provides core business services to big companies to run their daily business operations, we do not expect our services to be much affected. We believe that with the information base at our disposal and even with the uncertainty we are currently facing, we will continue to grow in double digits this year, but everything of course depends on how the health crisis evolves.

How many customers does askblue currently have? And what are the main sectors?
We have 33 active customers and the main sector is finance, but we have been developing solutions and projects in very different areas, such as retail.

What are the most requested askblue solutions?
Responses to market requests can be presented in four different ways. Firstly, our approach is to encourage the development of projects which improve performance by reorganizing and optimizing business processes. A second approach is technological, developing tailor-made solutions on OutSystems, Java, and Microsoft .NET platforms.

Another aspect is managing the maintenance and evolution of our customers’ applications, which is the purpose of our askblue technology center (ATC). This ensures that askblue stays at the forefront of new market trends in digital transformation, for example. Finally, we complement and reinforce our customers’ teams with askblue professionals who have the necessary skills in the most diverse technical, methodological, and functional areas.

Do national companies already have the capacity to challenge and analyze value proposition?

The Portuguese companies we work with are, on average, extremely well-organized and run by hard-working and competent professionals. In this regard, the projects we develop are complex and challenging, from the business point of view and also from the technological point of view.

“ (…) the reality of financial technology has been affirmed and traditional entities need to transform themselves so as not to lose their leadership position. ”

At a time when financial technology is increasingly gaining prominence in Portugal, can askblue be the right partner to transform an organization and provide it with what is necessary to compete in this sector?
Today traditional financial entities are tied to their legacy system, which is a heavy organizational structure, and must continuously respond to the regulatory requirements demanded by central banks. However, the reality of financial technology has been affirmed and traditional entities need to transform themselves so as not to lose their leadership position. 

Therefore, askblue is an ideal partner that helps financial entities in their transformation process. By knowing how the financial sector operates, we are at an advantage in this process. We take innovative approaches with the challenges of the future in mind. and, simultaneously, we make sure that these approaches are compatible with regulatory requirements. Additionally, we have mastered current and new technologies, which let us implement within the time-to-market frame any new models and services that may be adopted.

Despite being a young company, what are the characteristics that allow a company to establish itself so effectively?
I believe that the reason for our success is due to several factors. Firstly, we have a well-experienced team that is knowledgeable in the market and well-known for its importance and quality in the sector. These factors lead to customer confidence in the askblue teams with which they interact and which ensures high-quality output. Finally, or possibly even in the first place, we have been thinking big right from the beginning. When we started, we clearly defined the organizational structure of the company keeping in mind the growth of the team and the organization.

“Making mistakes is part of the company’s growth process and must be understood and corrected (…)”

Looking back, what would you have done differently if you had had the opportunity?
In general, I believe that the most important decisions have been made well. I am including here the fundamental ones, such as, the company’s strategy and positioning, our organization and what we have to offer, etc. This is the advantage of having started our business with an experienced management team.

On the other hand, and as you can imagine, we have also made some bad decisions, such as the first ERP, which did not prove to be adequate, some partnerships that were not the best for the Portuguese market, and some professionals who did not adapt to our level of demand and business culture. Making mistakes is part of a company’s growth process and must be understood and corrected so that the organization becomes more and more efficient.

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A leader more demanding about himself than others

Miguel Freire

A leader more demanding about himself than others

Miguel Freire 52 years old, is the new partner and chief operating officer of askblue.

It was already part of the team but will now strengthen its corporate and management structure. Miguel Freire, who in recent years has managed askblue’s business consulting area, will lead the Portuguese technology consultant’s new business unit, focused on application maintenance. By assuming the position of Operations Director Miguel Freire also becomes a partner of the company. In your new mission you will be focused “In response to constant market developments and legislative changes that have a daily impact on increasingly complex IT applications, both technologically and functionally,” he explains.

Graduated in Applied Mathematics and with a 30-year career in project management and coordination. Miguel Freire becomes askblue partner in a context of company growth and diversification of its offer, which led to the creation of the Operations unit.

The structure now created will integrate two distinct areas, Application Maintenance and askblue technology center, a support center deployed in Lisbon and Coimbra (at the Pedro Nunes Institute), which is focused on the evolutionary maintenance of Outsystems and .NET / SQ projects. In addition to managing and developing the company’s operations, the new director will have the additional responsibility of “developing partnerships, particularly international ones, aimed at strengthening geographical coverage and models of services and solutions “, he adds.

Experienced manager – with companies like Accenture or Oni Telecomunicações in the curriculum, always in positions Management – Miguel Freire first became team leader at age 31. Today, as it is then, you know that the basis for building successful businesses is knowing how to drive professionals to success. That is why it assumes as a professional ambition “to grow professionals personally and professionally. Making them progressively and appropriately overcome new challenges and responsibilities, encouraging their proactivity, positivism, integrity, rhythm and thus elevating the excellence of the company. as a whole“. It emphasizes “creating opportunities for growth and challenge that fit the ambition of all members of your team.

Recognized among peers as a pragmatic leader, very focused on results and goal achievement, Miguel Freire says he is more demanding about himself than others and argues that this should be the profile of the good leader. A role whose purpose is to help teams reach their maximum performance potential.

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askblue adds maintenance services in new unit

askblue adds maintenance services in new unit

askblue has launched a new business area that will integrate evolutionary maintenance services and core application support.

In this new Operations unit will also be integrated askblue technology center, a structure that is distributed between Lisbon and Coimbra and which is centered on OutSystems and .NET / SQL technologies.

The center corresponds to one of the two areas of the new unit. The other is Application Management and will be responsible for “the evolutionary maintenance and support of core client applications, including development, functional and technical design, testing, incident and problem management as well as support lines”, explains the company.

The new askblue Operations unit will be led by Miguel Freire, who will also take on roles as a partner of the company. In a statement, points out that Miguel Freire has “vast experience in the management and coordination of demanding projects in different areas”.

By the end of the year, the askblue technology center will increase the team to 20 people. The structure provides remote support services, collaborating with the companies in the maintenance of applications created by askblue or by third parties.

The askblue business was so far divided by the business areas dedicated to Consulting, Technology and Outsourcing. The creation of a new business area is explained by Pedro Nicolau, CEO of the company, as “a natural evolution of our offer and recognizes a need that we have been identifying in different customers.” New unit

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Banking: tailor-made solutions to fit your clients´needs

Forum
Banking: tailor-made solutions to fit your clients´needs

Digital banking has become the answer to clients´needs, accustomed to an increasingly technological world. Therefore, we have the ability and the intention to solve our financial problems whenever, wherever and however we want.

Focusing on the Client
Élia Faustino, askblue’s Senior Manager

The expression created in 1909 by Harry Selfridge, “The Customer Is Always Right” could have been the slogan for the revolution operated by the new business model of digital banking: highly customer-oriented, meeting their needs and expectations, regardless of the point of contact, be it physical or digital.

This business model’s objective is to respond to a new generation of clientes with consumer profiles and expectations, who seek and value a permanently available and accessible partner, satisfying their needs and providing them with an easy, fast, agile and adequate experience in line with their profile.

These clientes expect the same kind of digital relationship they have with their favourite online retailer to have it with their bank: regarding all the services and/or products, at anytime and anywhere, without any formalities and without the unnecessary visit to the bank. In other words, they demand the same kind of efficiency, convenience, proactivity, accessibility, mobility and agility which they would demand from an online company like Amazon. The possibility of opening a bank account within minutes, their permanent access to a set of services ranging from a simple balance check to accessing credit operations, by providing exclusive online products and by the reduction or absence of bank charges associated with these operations, make digital banking all the worthwhile because of its uncomparable advantages.

It is not only client expectations that are shaping the business, but also the way in which players position themselves and the entry of new competitors with new concepts which make the existing financial ecosystem evolve, providing a more agile, more transparent and less bureaucratic context to clientes.

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AskBlue distinguished as OutSystems Partner of the Year

AskBlue distinguished as OutSystems Partner of the Year

The national business and technology consulting company was distinguished as Partner of the Year 2018, in Portugal, by OutSystems. AskBlue is Elite Partner since 2018 and has a team of 30 professionals working in this technology.

AskBlue was honored as Outsystems “Partner of the Year 2018” in Portugal. This distinction recognizes the pioneering spirit of the company and the strategic focus on this technological platform.

AskBlue CEO Pedro Nicolau said: “We have a long-standing commitment to this technology, accompanying many of our customers in their digital transformation processes with solutions that respond to their business needs. The distinction we receive now recognizes the commitment and work developed over the years, as well as our commitment to quality and excellence in all the projects we have developed for and with our customers. “

AskBlue’s commitment to this technological partnership is part of the growth strategy outlined by the company, and meets the growing number of requests for solutions developed in OutSystems’ low-code technology platform, as well as helping to create a solid competitive entry base markets, through the execution of projects mostly in the nearshore regime. Partner OutSystems since 2015, the company is, since 2018, OutSystems Elite Partner.

Over the years, the company has developed projects in organizations from the most varied sectors, from Finance to Health and Distribution, Public Administration and Utilities.

The success achieved is based on its unique ability, together with its customers, to develop new business, enhance the value chain and optimize and transform operational performance in each project. These results are also recognized by customers, who continue to choose AskBlue for the development of new and challenging projects.

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Multidisciplinary and committed teams guarantee the success of organizations

Multidisciplinary and committed teams guarantee the success of organizations

Ana Rosado and Sofia Bastos dos Santos, Askblue’s Senior Partners, in an interview conducted by – Positive Country – in the “Women’s Month”.

WE WOMEN!

Is it still difficult today to assert a technology company being a woman? Are there still any doubts about women’s performance in these domains and areas of technology?

[SBS] Fortunately, the presence of women in all sectors of activity is increasing and technology is no exception. Companies in this area generally favor meritocracy, regardless of gender, which tends to attenuate any prejudices of any kind. Of course, the existence of a culture of inclusion, as well as evaluation systems and well-defined careers, are critical success factors for this reality. These are the contexts that we have at AskBlue from day one and that guarantee transparency and equity in the management of people.

Is it vital that we continue to strive for gender equality and opportunities?

[SBS] It’s still important, of course, but it will certainly require different approaches and priorities, comparing to 50-60 years ago. Fortunately, the legacy we leave to our daughters, in this context, is very different from the one our mothers left us. But in a society where domestic violence is a problem and women are the main victims, it is a society where there is still a lot of work to be done, in a much broader landscape than just the professional context or restricted to it.

What are the characteristics that allow a company, although young, to be able to implement itself so effectively?

[AR] Founded in 2013, AskBlue excels in the field of information technology. AskBlue’s main differentiating feature is the commitment to build up an excellence team, since the inception of the company, able to understand and integrate technology knowledge of technology knowledge with business knowledge. The team is made up of recognized professionals in the market, with diverse professional experience in national and international environments and in complex organizational contexts. To these elements we have been adding a group of people from different scientific areas, from the best universities in Portugal, that have been trained in the various technologies and molded in our company culture. These features enable AskBlue, along with its customers, to develop new businesses, enhancing the value chain, optimizing and transforming operational performance, step by step, in each project delivered, ensuring AskBlue’s success and recognition in the marketplace.

Is market knowledge and specialized human resources a factor of differentiation?

[SBS] As already mentioned, AskBlue is committed to the excellence and seniority of the team, bonded to the ability to innovate and look for the best solutions for our customer’s needs. Resources skills and experience combined with transparency in the internal management processes, allow for a good working place and for talent development. These factors are the foundantions of AskBlue’s excellence and recognition in the market.

With a turnover of about five million euros in 2017, has the company been betting on new markets and sectors?

[AR] AskBlue began with a strong focus on the financial market, that is the genesis of the company. However, we have been increasingly developing business, increasingly, in other activity areas, such as Health and Retail. The skills and abilities of AskBlue’s team are transversal and can be applied in several industries.

What, in fact, are the services that are available to customers?

[SBS] AskBlue services focus on consulting, technology, operations and outsourcing.

AskBlue is a company that likes challenges. Are national companies already capable of launching challenges and analyzing value propositions?

[AR] There is a wide range of companies in Portugal with high levels of sophistication, from traditional sectors to the most differentiated. The number of new companies and startups is an example of this, especially with innovative digital offerings, to realize that there is a great potential of professionals and companies capable of competing globally. AskBlue itself started in 2018 an internationalization process towards Northern Europe and the Middle East, with notable results and already with ongoing projects.

Looking at the future, what are AskBlue’s main goals for 2019?

[SBS] We want to continue to grow in a sustained and balanced way. We recently launched the technology center – askblue tehcnology center – which is an important step forward to expand our capacity to deliver software development and maintenance services, strongly expected to grow throughout 2019. We are focused and committed to continue to affirm ourselves in the market along this year .

In your opinion, what new brings the feminine vision for the management and reach-out for success of AskBlue?

[AR] The success of AskBlue is entirely due to the effort and commitment of the team. It is a very diverse team, profiles more senior and junior people professionals, with a balanced mix of technical, analytical and business oriented profiles. The mix of profiles enables the achievement of complementary visions of the same problem. Complementarity and difference produce good outcomes and solutions. Therefore it is not a masculine and feminine “way of doing” or a distinctive professional vision capability, but rather more the integrated work of a multidisciplinary high performance team, team, mobilized around an objective and with an enormous spirit of mission: to deliver with quality.

CHALLENGES OF THE CURRENT WORLD

Today’s WORLD CHALLANGES arise new and diverse challenges for businesses. AskBlue’s offer was designed to help customers respond to these challenges by keeping up with what you do best?

[AR] Clearly. AskBlue’s offer was designed aligned to the value chain that customers are looking for and need. The challanges of digital transformation are not entirely exhausted in technology. Business and process knowledge is an important part of this value chain. We work with this component in consulting and technology offerings. In this last one we obviously have the technical knowledge of the most present technologies in these processes of digital transformation, in order to deliver a final product of quality. The offerings of operations and outsourcing complete the value chain, allowing customers to focus their teams’ attention on what is strategic at all times, and complement their capacity, with more or less intervention on their part, in day-to-day management , using our offerings of operations and outsourcing. Both are good alternatives, particularly as regards the management of the application space that must be maintained, at a time of business life, where the latter is growing as a result of the coexistence of assets that are still being discontinued and are still alive. Others, which are produced at high speed in the context of ongoing digital transformation processes.

TECHNOLOGY IN THE FINANCIAL SECTOR

As Fintech begin to gain more and more prominence in Portugal, can AskBlue be the right partner to transform an organization and equip it with what it takes to compete in this industry?

[AR] The Fintech are inherently to the requirements of the technological development a capital intensive business, which has gained its market position very much based on a strong differentiation of the price when compared to banks. An example of this is the business generated in the field of internal and cross-border payments area. Managing an equation of capital requirement and price competitiveness is a challenge of scale, valuation of the asset for a future sale or of imminent need of differentiation of the business, where the opportunity space is increasingly difficult. AskBlue distinguishes itself by its in-depth knowledge of the financial sector business and specific operations. This knowledge capital is an important strength of AskBlue, either for a bank that decides to acquire and integrate the business and platform of a Fintech, either for a Fintech that needs to differentiate its business. Currently, Fintech’s are not an AskBlue’s focus area.

Consumer paradigms in terms of financial institutions are also changing. Does the need sharpen the ingenuity to create solutions that respond in advance to the needs that customers may have?

[SBS] The financial sector organizations, like other industries, face challenges in managing interactions with their clients, providing them with a positive experience and following them through their personal and professional development. On the other hand, the challenges of regulation also create pressures for the management of organizations. Understanding how to better serve customers, responding to their behavioral needs in the context of increasingly demanding regulation is surely one of the main challenges of any institution in the industry. AskBlue’s teams have been involved in digital transformation initiatives, working for  key players in the financial industry, as well as in the implementation of legal and regulatory initiatives, such as the RGPD (General Data Protection Regulation).

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NextStep Outsystems – Amsterdam

NextStep Outsystems – Amsterdam

Innovation Awards 2018 – CTT and AskBlue, as Implementation Partner, distinguished with the award in the Time to Value category.

CTT was distinguished for several digital transformation projects using the low code platform of OutSystems. Among one of the distinguished projects is the Customs Process, which improves the customs clearance experience of non-EU objects.

AskBlue has been collaborating with CTT in the development of several projects in the scope of the ongoing digital transformation in this Company.

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