The whole end-to-end production, processing, and distribution of finance is being changed by cloud-based products and services.
By offering products in the cloud with open sourced processes that deliver well-packaged customer experiences, banks can be well-positioned for the future.
Employees in financial services and insurance sectors have seen a lot of instability, dislocation, and downsizing since the global financial crisis in 2008.
Apple-IBM announcement could take iPhone and iPad further into the financial enterprise.
There are only two choices left for those in this sphere: Innovate to improve or accept the status quo and risk losing big.
Advisors equipped with mobile phones can act as roaming ATMs in rural India, accepting deposits, dispersing cash, and arranging loans.
Making back-end cloud products and relevant through data analytics and then delivering them through real-time APIs to the end user is the way to go.
The just-released 2014 World Retail Banking Report finds that the decline in the customer experience in banking is reaching an inflection point. See why.
There's a sea change taking place in banking, enabled by these seven key technology components.
Even though customers rarely enter the branch at all, there are some things in the banking industry that don’t change – making seamless processes critical.