- October 5, 2020
- Posted by: The Tertiary Sector
- Category: News
Digital banking transformation involves the integration of data, advanced analytics and digital technology into all areas of a financial institution, changing the way work is done, priorities set and services delivered. More than just a technological upgrade, digital transformation requires a cultural change that challenges legacy processes, encourages innovation, and rethinks all aspects of risk and reward.
The objective of an organization’s digital transformation process might be to improve the customer experience, reduce costs, streamline operations, reduce friction, become more agile or increase profitability … or any combination of these objectives. In any case, digital banking transformation will disrupt business models that have been the foundation of the organization for decades. This is why true digital banking transformation is so difficult to achieve – it’s more than simply delivering the same product on a new app […]