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What predicts technological innovation strategy change?

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Keywords: innovation, innovation strategies, fintech, financial systems technology, IT

Innovation, in any industry, is a lot more than some bright ideas or sudden insight by a series of gifted and creative individuals. Many industries and organisations have processes and systems for delivering innovations. Structured innovation, in any organisation or industry, aims to identify business, service and technological opportunities that can help to either provide a competitive advantage or help to improve the leadership, management, operations, performance or outcomes of that industry or organisation. One of the most vibrant industries in terms of innovation is the fintech or financial technology industry.

A new study by a team of researchers from the University of La Guajira and the University of Cartagena in Colombia looked at the range of strategies being used in technological innovations in the financial industry to see if it could discern patterns in those strategies.

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