Publications

  • The Firm of the Future

    April 12, 2017 | Bain Brief

    We’re beginning to see what the next generation of successful companies will look like.

  • The Firm of the Future - Bain Santiago

    April 12, 2017 | Bain Brief

    In the world of the firm, something is changing. It’s not that your local bookstore went out of business. Or that your taxi driver now rates you on a 5-point scale. Or that anything can now be outsourced, allowing even the smallest firms to rent capabilities on demand.

  • Distributed Ledgers in Payments: Beyond the Bitcoin Hype

    June 13, 2016 | Bain Brief

    Distributed ledgers present banking executives with intriguing opportunities. Forward-thinking institutions are starting to move beyond experimentation to realize the potential for faster, more efficient payments.

  • Distributed Ledgers in Payments: Beyond the Bitcoin Hype - Bain Santiago

    June 13, 2016 | Bain Brief

    By removing central intermediaries, simplifying connections between counterparties and recording data on a tamper-proof block chain, distributed ledger technology has the potential to improve the speed, transparency and efficiency with which payments are made.

  • Global Digital Insurance Benchmarking Report 2015

    July 15, 2015 | Bain report

    Bain’s new benchmark survey of 70 property and casualty insurers and life insurers worldwide finds that four pathways can help companies realize digital success.

  • IT in M&A: Increasing the Odds of a Successful Integration

    February 12, 2014 | Information Technology | Bain Brief

    In every merger or acquisition, the business wants to combine the organization quickly while the IT department wants to invest the time to integrate the company's systems effectively. Both need to happen, but in successful IT integrations, executives work quickly to determine which decisions are

  • IT in M&A: Increasing the Odds of a Successful Integration - Bain Santiago

    February 12, 2014 | Information Technology | Bain Brief

    In every merger or acquisition, companies integrating their IT systems face two conflicting needs. The business wants to start cross-selling the products and services of the newly combined organization as quickly as possible to increase revenues.