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To counter the headwinds of disruption and create a more profitable business model for 2017, banks will have to transform themselves into a #TrulyDigital business. We have identified 6 strategic and 6 technology trends linked to the #TrulyDigital theme that we believe will be the most influential in determining the future of banking organizations in 2017. We are delighted to share these with you through this Point of View.
Raoul is a quintessential Account Relationship Manager in the world of corporate banking, managing several large corporate and mid-market segment relationships across diverse industry segments. He needs to hunt for new relationships and grow existing ones as well.
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In 2016, the imperative will not merely be to reengineer banking functions around digital technologies, but to reinvent the banking model for a truly digital culture. Here is our take on the top technology and strategic trends for 2016.
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Contrary to popular understanding, truly digital banking is much more than just adding multi-channel capabilities and giving legacy processes a digital facelift. Banks planning to digitalize must therefore rethink their entire business, their organization, indeed their very identity, to align with digital-age realities.
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Efma and Infosys Finacle are proud to present the seventh annual study of 'Innovation in retail banking'. The theme of this year’s study is 'industry disruption' covering the perception of bankers on the technologies that will have significant impact on the industry, areas where start-ups are redefining banking and how banks can effectively work with them to be more innovative.
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Credit unions are succeeding in delivering the basics of mobile and online channels. However, when it comes to more "advanced" strategies like using digital channels for cross selling, targeted marketing, member education, and providing a consistent, cross-channel experience, credit unions have been much less successful.
How will advanced analytics be a business differentiator for financial institutions? What kind of data is being analyzed? What is the adoption and investment approach? The Infosys Finacle – Finextra report on Advanced Analytics, featuring inputs from over 120 banking leaders in 34 countries, answers all of these questions and more.
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ING Commercial Banking and Infosys Finacle demonstrate how defining, controlling and managing requirements during the early stages of a core banking transformation program can not only yield significant savings in time, cost and effort but can also contribute to overall risk mitigation.