Most CIOs can talk all day about how they’re leveraging machine learning, blockchain and other emerging technologies to differentiate their businesses. But IT leaders rarely discuss how they’re improving the performance of their software, a critical requirement in the digital era, says Frédéric Véron, who doubles as CIO and head of safety and soundness for Deutsche Bank.
In fact, Véron says that IT departments are not aware of the state of their software, let alone whether end users are using it. Ensuring robust software from inception to deployment is Véron’s chief remit at Deutsche Bank, which he joined from Fannie Mae last August. For many CIOs, Véron’s IT production role may not rate highly. But he basks in it.
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