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Top 5 Digital Banking Trends For 2020

Philipp Postrehovsky
With the dawn of a new decade comes innovations, connectivity, speed, ease, and security in banking like never before. It is an exciting time to be in digital banking to say the least. Payments can be made in an instant by merely saying the words aloud, tapping our phones or......
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Are Banks Going to Win on Open Banking?

Raymond Wyand
Open banking – commercial banking models predicated on the sharing of customer information electronically, with third parties, under conditions that customers approve of – is poised to become the norm in many East Asian markets.  Data-driven banking solutions provider gini enterprise has conducted original Open APIs research to identify the......
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Trapped in the past? Moving Banking beyond the Prison Paradigm

Jouk Pleiter
Some banks are so established that, as customers, we think of them as part of the fabric of our lives; as immovable institutions. Maybe that was once the case. But the rise of a new, modern business environment is undermining that position. Apple pay and Facebook’s Libra are good examples......
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Three Ways AI Enables Personalized and Engaging Customer Experiences in Financial Services

Dr. Marlene Wolfgruber
A lot of data would be useless without context. Many words in the human language have multiple meanings, making it hard to understand individual phrases without being aware of its context (where it was said, from whom, what prompted its delivery). Think about the term “bank” within the context of......
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Why Banks will Benefit from Open API

Raymond Wyand
The idea of sharing customer data has made banks justifiably worried, but they can leverage open API mandates to their advantage. Financial institutions are accustomed to holding on to historical customer data. They view this as a competitive advantage, as well as a security requirement. Today, however, regulatory and market......
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