This 36-page, 29-exhibit study – a version of which was published under a data and analytics partnership with Aite Group in October 2016 entitled, “Return on Technology and the T-Greeks Framework: In the Beginning…” – introduces a new way of examining IT spending behavior within the financial services industry. It turns out that it does not matter what a firm spends on technology, after all. What actually matters most is what a firm receives for its investment in technology. In this report, Alphacution outlines its discovery that the return on technology (RoT) concept is quantifiable by normalizing and benchmarking . . .