From Columbus to Krakow: How I Pursued My Passions at Cisco
David shares how he was able to continue pursuing his passions at Cisco and how the Leaders in Finance & Technology (LIFT) program and our Employee Resource Organizations are enabling him to grow.
Taking Bold Risks: Inspired by Cisco’s CFO Kelly Kramer
Alisha shares her experience of shadowing Cisco's CFO Kelly Kramer and how this inspired her to take bold risks.
Cisco HyperFlex Meets High Performance Requirements of Active Trading Floor
In the world of finance, trading requires fast decisions and reaction speed is of the essence. So when Bellevue Group started to feel the ping of performance degradation in its VDI environment it knew it had to find a solution. Researchers in the trading department work with sophisticated spreadsheet models and they need to crunch […]
Digital Disruption in Financial Services: A Surprising 1-2-3 Connection
It’s not news that the financial services industry is being vigorously shaken by digital disruption. While this is true across industries, the wind gusts are particularly strong for financial companies. Financial Services (FSI ) firms are predominantly aiming their digital business initiatives at improving their customer experience. Yet, what about employee experience? Is it a […]
The Dynamic Duo of Finance
There are a lot of reasons to work at Cisco, but one of the best reasons I’ve found is because the best people work here. After being at Cisco for a year, I really felt I was part of the Cisco Capital team, achieving personal and professional goals, but still new to North Carolina and […]
Provide Service at Your Customer’s Convenience
As consumers, we have many options in how we browse, research, and purchase products today. We expect more freedom and flexibility in how we work with retail companies. Forward-looking companies strive to improve their customers’ experiences and provide flexibility without compromising quality. However, some industries are considered conservative and rigid. Financial institutions are often seen this way. […]