The Future Of Digital Banking
Traditional competitive and industry lines are fading into the background as fintech providers and commerce platforms offer a greater array of banking services. Fintech represents both risk and opportunity: the risk that fintech providers will poach margin-rich or relationship-oriented business and the opportunity to partner with or buy those companies that have a more natural mindset to innovate. Like any startup community, the fintech market can be volatile. Some will evolve gracefully, some will crash, some will soar, and some will be acquired and be a new strategic threat to you. On the other hand, commerce platforms can scale — rapidly. You will need to be digitally astute and nimble to win in a market that is often digital-first.
Growth In A Customer-Led Market
2017 and 2018 CX Index results show that the banking industry is struggling to create and maintain a human connection with customers. If customer loyalty is an economic engine, that engine is sputtering. This erosion of loyalty is happening while fintech providers and commerce platforms move more aggressively into banking services. Banks need to embrace open banking, unleashing the power of data and scale. But job No. 1 is to rebuild the relationship with customers.
Apple’s Partnership With Goldman Sachs Will Drive Seismic Shifts In The Banking Industry
Apple and Goldman Sachs are partnering to deliver a new credit card. The industry seems to be quick to dismiss the partnership . . . but there’s an awful lot more at stake here than credit card rewards.
Electronic Bill Presentment And Payment (EBPP) Is Undergoing A Sea Change — Catch The Wave!
EBPP is back, baby! EBPP solutions have a renewed role in helping firms deliver the omnichannel billing and payments experiences that their empowered customers now expect.
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