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La Marche Vers La Finance Durable Sera Longue

Aurelie L'Hostis May 19, 2021
La finance durable exige des changements dans trois domaines clés : les produits, les politiques et les processus.
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The Four Themes That Dominated FinovateEurope 2021

Oliwia Berdak April 1, 2021
FinovateEurope 2020, which took place in Berlin in mid-February 2020, was one of my last big trips that year. It was also the first time I bought and liberally used hand sanitizer. Still, as events go, it was pretty “normal.” So I approached the digital edition of FinovateEurope 2021 with some curiosity. Would the energy […]
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The Road To Sustainable Finance Will Be Long And Thorny

Oliwia Berdak March 29, 2021
Tariq Fancy — BlackRock’s former chief investment officer of sustainable investing — caused an uproar recently when he denounced sustainable investing as just “marketing hype” and “PR spin.” Well, the spin is clearly working, with Morningstar announcing record inflows into sustainable funds in Q4 2020. Financial services firms have a large role to play in […]
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Understand Today’s Investors In Metro China, Hong Kong, And Singapore

Tom Mouhsian February 24, 2021
Why You Need A New Segmentation Approach To Understand Today’s Investors Wealth management firms commonly segment their clients by investable assets. But this is not enough to help firms decide on new products and services or optimize customer engagement models. Self-directedness is a crucial dimension that reliably predicts many investor attitudes and behaviors (see Figure […]
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Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, And JPMC’s Haven Disbands — What That Means For Healthcare Companies

Judy Weader January 6, 2021
Some may be breathing a sigh of relief — but this is a temporary reprieve. Healthcare organizations and employers must act now to innovate and rethink the way they deliver healthcare services and coverage.
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UK Banks’ Mobile Apps Have Stalled In Terms Of Functionality

Karine Cardona-Smits November 23, 2020
Mobile apps have become the main touchpoint of banking relationships for millions of people and the starting point for many financial decisions and activities. Forrester data shows that 53% of UK online adults have done their banking on a mobile website or app in the past month. And mobile experiences impact business results: A good […]
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European Banks Must Deliver Better User Experience On Their Mobile Apps

Karine Cardona-Smits November 23, 2020
Mobile apps have become the main touchpoint of banking relationships for millions of people and the starting point for many financial decisions and activities. Forrester data shows that 52% of Italian and 42% of French online adults have done their banking on a mobile website or app in the past month. And mobile experiences impact […]
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Amazon Launches Pharmacy Offering, Furthering Its Strategy To Make Healthcare Shoppable And Convenient For Consumers

Arielle Trzcinski November 19, 2020
The Amazon Effect Comes Full Swing To Prescription Services Amazon Pharmacy, the company’s much-anticipated online prescription fulfillment service (built from its acquisition of PillPack two years prior), launched this week. With this announcement (and its past healthcare investments), Amazon becomes a direct competitor with legacy retail pharmacies CVS Health, Walgreens Boots Alliance, and others. In […]
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Predictions 2021: Digital Goes Mainstream As The New Normal Sets In For Healthcare

Arielle Trzcinski October 20, 2020
The forced digital transformation of 2020 was just the beginning for the healthcare industry. In 2021, transformation — and not just digital — will continue on a grander scale.
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COVID-19 Stokes The Chatbot Hype In Financial Services

Aurelie L'Hostis September 18, 2020
COVID-19 and its associated containment measures are accelerating digital transformation and automation in financial services. Customer service has been under enormous pressure, and financial services firms such as Nationwide Building Society in the UK and the Royal Bank of Canada have launched chatbots to deal with the unusually high volume of requests. However, digital teams […]
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Emily Collins September 1, 2020
Amazon Launches Halo, Its First Wearable Health Device For The Average (Budget-Conscious) Consumer This week, Amazon launched Halo, a screenless wearable device that can monitor activity, sleep, temperature, BMI, and emotion. At $99.99 (plus a small monthly service fee for advanced features), the Halo Band sits closer to Fitbit’s fitness trackers (ranging from $99.95–$169.95) than the Apple Watch ($400-plus). It focuses on what consumers want most: tracking fitness-related activity, […]
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Rethinking Sustainability In The Middle Of A Pandemic

Oliwia Berdak August 5, 2020
2020 has been a year of reckoning. Sustainability is now a business necessity, not just a differentiator. Finance and technology have important roles to play.
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Emily Collins July 20, 2020
The EU-US Privacy Shield Was Just Invalidated: What To Do Now This week, the Court of Justice of the European Union handed down its ruling in the case popularly known as “Schrems II.” Why should you care about an obscure EU case? Because the ruling invalidated the EU-US Privacy Shield, the mechanism by which American companies could […]
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Walmart Doubles Down On ‘Save Money. Live Better.’ As It Wants To Help You Shop For Your Next Health Insurance Plan

Arielle Trzcinski July 13, 2020
Recently, Walmart quietly launched Walmart Insurance Services LLC. To better understand and triangulate what this move means for the future of healthcare, a team of Forrester analysts weighed in. Read their takes.
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Emily Collins June 15, 2020
A Flash-Point Week For Facial Recognition Last week, IBM, Amazon, and Microsoft came out and made some big announcements on how they intend to halt or ban the use of facial recognition technology for law enforcement. At a time when privacy and civil rights dominate the zeitgeist, these values-based decisions will force much-needed dialogue on the ethics of facial recognition […]
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A Flash-Point Week For Facial Recognition

Srividya Sridharan June 11, 2020
Our analysts address the five most pressing questions in the facial recognition debate.
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Huawei Global Analyst Summit 2020: Looking Beyond The Challenges

Guannan Lu June 9, 2020
Huawei started the 17th Huawei Global Analyst Summit on May 18, 2020 in Shenzhen, China. Huawei’s rotating chairman, Guo Ping, spoke on the theme of “Huawei: A Year and Beyond” to both look back on a very challenging year for the company and look ahead with a focus on accelerating growth. The US Entity List […]
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FORRward: A Weekly Read For Tech And Marketing Execs

Emily Collins June 1, 2020
Brands Pledge To Stand With The Black Community In the aftermath of George Floyd’s murder, citizens are taking to the streets to protest institutionalized racism. Brands are speaking out, too, because, as Netflix tweeted, “To be silent is to be complicit.” Netflix joins brands such as Google, Nike, Peloton, and Target (whose stores were looted) in taking a vocal anti-racist stance. Firms hear consumers’ desire to align with brands that share their values and are emboldened to make […]
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La perspectiva de los empleados españoles sobre el COVID-19, ahora: Una actualización PandemicEX

Laura Koetzle May 28, 2020
A finales de marzo, enviamos la primera ronda de nuestra encuesta PandemicEX a más de 1,000 trabajadores en toda Europa. Seis semanas después, a principios de mayo, repetimos la encuesta para ver cómo el confinamiento y trabajar desde casa habían cambiado las actitudes y comportamientos de los empleados. Los nuevos resultados muestran que: El pesimismo […]
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Les conséquences de la crise du Covid-19 sur le bien-être financier des consommateurs français

Aurelie L'Hostis May 26, 2020
Déjà bien avant que l’épidémie de coronavirus ne frappe, les recherches menées par Forrester révélaient qu’un grand nombre de consommateurs français s’inquiétaient de l’état de leurs finances personnelles et considéraient la gestion de ces dernières comme une tâche difficile. De fait, un an avant la crise, un quart des consommateurs français interrogés déclaraient se sentir […]
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