CCAR

Cutover Case Study: CCAR Reporting

CCAR (Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review) is a United States regulatory framework introduced by the Federal Reserve to assess, regulate, and supervise large banks and financial institutions. CCAR attestation is a complex end-to-end process that requires a chain of human attestations and needs systemic support. Most organisations have built their own (very different) tools to…

Successful Digital Transformation

5 Tips for a Successful Digital Transformation

In previous blog posts, we’ve discussed the current state of digital transformation and how businesses have benefited from it. But what do you need to execute a successful digital transformation and reap these rewards? 5 Tips for a Successful Digital Transformation: 1. Define the business case Every technology change needs a Business Case: you’re not…

Rise Radio

CEO Ky Nichol on Rise Radio

Cutover CEO Ky Nichol spoke to Andrew Elphick, Director of Open Innovation Internal Programmes at Barclays, on Rise Radio. They discussed a number of topics, including: The best productivity apps The Barclays Techstars accelerator Creating an enterprise application that people wanted to use The founding of Cutover and developing an initial prototype into an enterprise-ready…

Implementation Success

Measuring Implementation Success in a Business Transformation

How does your business measure technology implementation success? The usual metrics revolve around whether technology is delivered on time and within budget. However, organisations often struggle with finding a way to link technology changes with the business outcomes that drove them. Teams usually measure success on whether they delivered the technology on time and budget,…

expertise meets data

The Best Results are Achieved When Expertise Meets Data

‘Human Bridges’ Key dependency individuals, or “human bridges”, take on most of the responsibility for coordinating critical business activities such as complex release management, disaster recovery testing and service recovery events. Human bridges come into their own when the usefulness of predictable process runs out and experience and resourcefulness are required to bridge the gap…