Executive Education Programmes designed to build capabilities in infocomm and digital business.
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We offer five practice-based graduate programmes focusing on information technology (IT) and data science.
Your alternative pathway to continuing education without disrupting your career.
Clusters of expertise focusing on building leadership, best practice, and capability development in areas of Digital Government and Smart Health.
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Enterprise Architecture (EA) has enabled DBS Bank, the world’s best digital bank, to overcome formidable challenges and stay the course of digital transformation. How do you re-architect one of the largest and safest banks in Southeast Asia to bring even greater value to its customers?
“There’s no silver bullet really,” declared Mr Saket Saith, DBS’ Enterprise Architect and Senior Vice President of Technology for Consumer Banking, at the start of the 15th Architecture Community of Practice Forum where he was invited to share his experience on re-architecting technology in DBS Bank. The Singapore bank was recently named the world’s best digital bank – the first Asian Bank to win in the heavily contested global category – by the prestigious Euromoney Awards for creating a truly digital financial institution.
Steeped in banking traditions, DBS Bank was as old school as financial institutions get. Yet, not only has it managed to stay afloat in the tumultuous digital economy, it has, in fact, thrived. How did it accomplish this herculean feat?
“More than three years ago, we have already noticed the digital shift with the widespread adoption of mobile devices and increased acceptance of online transactions. Customer behaviours and expectations were changing swiftly. Fintech was emerging and threatening to disrupt the traditional financial markets with peer-to-peer lending and other innovative business models. Financial standards and legislations, however, have failed to keep up with the new operating paradigm and many areas of fintech remained poorly regulated, even today,” said Saket.