Visit two of our newest Innovation Centers in the “Lion City” and “Steel City,” where we’re bringing FinTechs and clients together to create technology breakthroughs and digital solutions that are transforming the way we work today and the future of our industry.
BNY Mellon’s global Innovation Centers are answering the question, “What’s next?” These centers are a critical part of our ongoing digital transformation. By starting with clients’ needs and following through with agile co-creation and implementation, our people are developing breakthrough technologies and cutting-edge solutions. Meet two of the newest members of our global network.
Singapore, known as “the Lion City,” just got a new venue for reinvention and collaboration. BNY Mellon’s Singapore Innovation Center expands our presence in Southeast Asia. It’s designed to bring together FinTechs and clients to partner on evidence-based management solutions. In this way, the center empowers clients to confidently pursue their journeys with an infusion of new ideas, solutions and support. This unique space can increase speed to market, with the ability to move beyond defining problem statements to developing and implementing solutions for clients’ most pressing issues and priorities.
Pittsburgh has long been synonymous with strength, but the “Steel City” of today is more flexible and stronger for it. BNY Mellon’s Pittsburgh Innovation Center, opened in 2016, is the first location to use a flexible approach called "free-addressing." With the workforce of the future in mind, a workspace without assigned desks offers maximum flexibility to accommodate travelers who will come to the center when on special assignment or staffed to special projects. Groups work in a “neighborhood,” a particular area of the Innovation Center, where every aspect of the design fosters real-time ideation, interactive problem-solving and continual iteration. “It’s all part of changing the mindset of what it means to ‘go to work,’” said Jen Wagner, Head of the Pittsburgh Innovation Center.