Address your skills challenges and unlock business growth
Technology is rapidly reshaping the financial sector. At one end of the scale, we’re seeing unprecendented innovation, with top organisations harnessing the power of data analytics and AI to power growth and deliver results.
But look beyond the headlines and another story emerges. The research paints a picture of people being left behind. Firms struggle to fill vacancies for digital roles, and as many as 42% of sector employees lack the skills to undertake essential digital tasks.
Building digital fluency in finance could boost economic output by up to £38 billion by 2038. But to reap these benefits, you need a plan for your people.
A sterling digital skills strategy for financial services
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Why work with Inform?
We’re trusted by leading organisations
We’ve got a great track record of helping leading financial services firms and the organisations supporting this sector. Every story and project is unique, so our change management and Microsoft 365 specialists will work with you to build a bespoke skills programme around your people.
Inform recognises that there is often plenty of talent within an organisation that simply needs to be nurtured and guided towards a solution. They are a creative bunch yet down to earth. They are delivery focused, yet they care about how they bring about those deliverables, and they very much care about the people that they affect.
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