Managing Director & Partner
Filippo Scognamiglio is a lead member of Boston Consulting Group's Technology Advantage, Strategy, and Financial Institutions practice areas. As BCG’s Global Topic Leader for Open Banking, Filippo helps leading financial institutions transform into technology-driven firms, and, in particular, helps them design and develop their next-generation digital B2B and B2B2C offerings.
Filippo is the North America Node for the Data & Digital Platforms topic area, and previously served as an ambassador to BCG's Henderson Institute where he was responsible for launching the "BCG Classics Revisited" series. Prior to joining the firm, Filippo was a consultant at Roland Berger.
This inaugural snapshot of the cloud industry introduces a rigorously standardized pricing index and looks at four trends shaping the industry.
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IT needs to get out of the back office and come back in-house to keep up with digital change and attract modern talent.
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Ambidexterity—the ability to excel simultaneously in efficiency and innovation—is a rare but increasingly critical asset in today’s complex business environment.