The pandemic has changed the fabric of business as we know it. With partial lockdowns, mandatory quarantines, and constantly evolving situations, banks today require more flexibility to meet the challenges and opportunities created by the new way of working.
To keep operations and customer engagement throughout the pandemic, many banks adopted stop-gap solutions like Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) services that enabled them to extend their businesses from in-store to digital to stay productive and continue serving their customers.
As the world enters recovery and explores new paths to prosperity, banks looking to improve the resiliency of the workspace, enhance the security posture to mitigate ever increasing security threats and modernize must reassess their workspace strategy. To achieve long-term transformation and realize the benefits of VDI, banks need immediate IT-business alignment and a resilient roadmap focused on security, productivity, agility, and value optimization.
A Swiss bank shifts to flexible workplaces with Wipro’s virtual desktop infrastructure services at the peak of the pandemic
As a leading financial institution in Europe, a Swiss bank with a global presence needed to pivot quickly during an unprecedented crisis. Like many businesses, the bank was in completely new territory but needed to act quickly and decisively to realize their long-term digital ambitions and effortlessly support their remote workforce. Learn why the financial institution went to Wipro for their VDI services.
Our VDI expertise extends beyond COVID-19. We launched Wipro’s virtuadesk in 2013 and are pioneering desktop as a service with a bank in the Middle East.