Accelerating financial applications with high performance computing
Volatile market conditions and regulatory pressures have pushed financial services firms to focus on analyzing data better and faster to arrive at smarter decisions, conduct real-time risk analysis, and deliver services more quickly to customers.
Be it complex calculations associated with pricing or faster analytics in retail banking, generating and processing huge amounts of data is an integral part of operations. In addition, customers demand ever-shorter turnaround times, thus necessitating greater speed in operations. High performance computing (HPC) has addressed this need, and has also significantly changed the complex landscape of financial services.
In an article published in Global Finance magazine, Infosys experts discuss how embracing an HPC infrastructure helps build an agile organization. When HPC solutions are used in conjunction with other evolving technologies, it provides an opportunity to build next-generation solutions for the financial services industry.
Published with permission of Global Finance
, Unit Technology Officer, Financial Services and Insurance, Infosys Limited
Srinivas heads the technology focus group of Financial Services and Insurance practice at Infosys. With over 22 years of experience, he drives technology solutions for business challenges of Fortune 100 companies. Srinivas mentors a large group of enterprise architects, drives thought leadership in technology, and initiates go-to-market approaches.
Raghu Kishore Vempati
, Technology Architect, Infosys Labs, Infosys Limited
Raghu Kishore Vempati is a technology architect at Infosys Labs. He has nearly eight years of experience in areas of high performance computing, solution architecture and design, and user experience. He is one of the leads from the High Performance Computing Center of Excellence, and is also involved in applied research, solution conceptualization, and technology consulting.