Andy Hirst

Andy Hirst

About Andy Hirst

Andy Hirst is vice president of Banking Solutions, SAP Banking Industry Business Unit, at SAP. He is responsible for driving the success of the SAP go-to-market strategy in Line of Business Cloud Applications and Analytics in Financial Services. Previously, Andy was responsible for Capital Markets solutions for banking. Andy is an expert in Big Data and analytics use cases in financial services and has been involved in many digital banking initiatives for banks.

Digital Ecosystems Increase Opportunities For Corporate Bankers And Their Customers

4-Sep-2019 | Andy Hirst

As the digital economy matures, enterprises are increasingly doing business on various networks – everything from SAP Fieldglass solutions for contingent workers and SAP Ariba solutions for supply c

Why T&E Matters: Digitalization

8-Aug-2018 | Andy Hirst

Part 5 of the 5-part “T&E in the Cloud” series It could be said that the financial services industry is built on paperwork – and if you’ve been part of it for long, you’ll no doubt ag

Why T&E Matters: Relieving Cost Pressures

1-Aug-2018 | Andy Hirst

Part 4 of the 5-part “T&E in the Cloud” series The typical financial services organization spends an atypical amount of its budget on travel and expenses (T&E). There are simply more pe

Why T&E Matters: Securing Spending Data

27-Jun-2018 | Andy Hirst

Part 3 of the five-part "T&E in the Cloud" series In the wake of recent massive and highly publicized data-breach security crises, everyone is talking about cybersecurity. And they’re no long

Why T&E Matters: Risk And Compliance

20-Jun-2018 | Andy Hirst

Part 2 of the 5-part "T&E in the Cloud" series If you’re in financial services (or any other regulated industry, for that matter), compliance comes with the territory. The flow of new regulat

Why T&E Demands So Much Attention In Financial Services

25-Apr-2018 | Andy Hirst

Part 1 of the 5-part "T&E in the Cloud" series Your margins are under enough pressure already. But with continual digital disruption—from fintechs and other recent entrants who are tightening