By Joe Christian | Albuquerque Business First
State and local leaders in New Mexico have been in the news lately for their newly leveraged relationships with our national research laboratories, Air Force bases, top-tier research universities, and innovative public-private partnerships. Their goal? To rapidly and aggressively restructure these statewide resources to support and grow technology-driven businesses and workforces.
Resilient, 21st-century economies hinge on top-of-the-line technology. And until recently, the traditionally conservative financial sector hasn’t been the first that comes to mind when talking tech. Now, fintech is a highly innovative, disruptive, and rapidly growing industry that seeks to enhance the financial-services customer experience.
Credit union members want to do their banking anytime, anywhere, safely and securely. In return, that takes a complex and talented ecosystem of technology professionals to ensure account safety, to provide superior products, and to feature competitive rates. Companies, now more than ever, are motivated to recruit and retain the best employees.