Mortgage Turmoil Offers Innovation Opportunity

By Eric Lundquist  |  Posted 2008-05-29 Email

The economy of late has been rough for some, but none have had it rougher than those in the mortgage or housing businesses. Or have they? William Adamowski, President of KPO, ISGN, says that when markets are in turmoil, investors are more receptive to innovation in information technology. When things were good, he says, the biggest worry from IT managers was dealing with capacity and if there were enough servers. Now everyone is rethinking business models, opening the opportunity for adding efficiencies and being innovative. Adamowski spoke with eWeek Editor at Large Eric Lundquist recently at the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium.

Sponsor Videos
Channel Insider
CIO Insight
Since 1996, Eric Lundquist has been Editor in Chief of eWEEK, which includes domestic, international and online editions. As eWEEK's EIC, Lundquist oversees a staff of nearly 40 editors, reporters and Labs analysts covering product, services and companies in the high-technology community. He is a frequent speaker at industry gatherings and user events and sits on numerous advisory boards. Eric writes the popular weekly column, 'Up Front,' and he is a confidant of eWEEK's Spencer F. Katt gossip columnist.

Submit a Comment

Loading Comments...
Thanks for your registration, follow us on our social networks to keep up-to-date
Rocket Fuel