Digital Banking Transformation Market Report- Analysis of Key Players: Amazon , Facebook, Apple, Alphabet, Tinkoff Bank

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Digital Banking Transformation Market research report helps in gathering and analysing useful insights such as global market size, forecast and Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of a particular industry. It also helps in determining the market status, future prospects, growth opportunity, main challenges about the market for any industry. Digital Banking Transformation Market research report also provides complete analysis of the industry, current market trend, overview of the established market players, competitor analysis, for effective decision-making capabilities of the debutant and established entrepreneurs. It helps in streamlining the plan of action, before any new product launch and formulating respective marketing strategies.

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Top Company Profile Analysis in this Report-

Amazon , Facebook, Apple, Alphabet, Tinkoff Bank, AIB, Capital One, WeBank, Mbnk, Monzo, NatWest, RBS, Danske Bank, DBS, TSB, BBVA, Citibank, mBank, Revolut, Credit Agricole, Barclays, La Caixa, CBA, UniCredit, HSBC, Nordea, Intesa San Paulo, USAA, BNP Paribas, Deutsche Bank, ING, NU Bank, Bank of America, BMO, RBC, JPMorgan Chase, Lloyds, Temenos, Finastra

Digital banking comprises a vast ecosystem of provider types and business models. This report looks specifically at whether incumbent banks can digitize at sufficient pace and scale to protect existing customer numbers and revenue pools.

At the height of the pandemic, consumer behavior began to outpace the channel capabilities of slow-moving incumbent banks, reinvigorating providers around digital transformation. However, there are clear tensions between tactical time-to-market priorities and the longer-term tech changes required to emancipate providers from legacy. Institutions that focus on knowing their customer – not just from a regulatory perspective, but in terms of financial impact, behaviors, and prospects – will be best placed to succeed under conditions of expedited change. This will require the operational agility to recalibrate customer personas, risk models, and channel propositions.

Scope of this Report-
– Banks’ channel migration efforts have not met expectations. Many commentators expected mobile to quickly displace all other channels, with attendant risks that consumer behavior could outpace banks’ channel capabilities. But this situation has not transpired.
– Banks that view digital transformation as building new capabilities – around cloud, API, big data, etc. – tend to score better in terms of customer satisfaction, cost reduction, and operational agility than those that have merely digitized existing analog processes.
– Leading institutions have prioritized core decision-making processes. Credit-related activities typically cut across front-office, risk management, and back-office procedures; integrating these actions into one straight-through process offers the biggest efficiency gains.

Reasons to Buy this Report-
– Understand key technology, macroeconomic and political, and regulatory trends characterizing digital transformation efforts at incumbent banks.
– Access the latest consumer survey data on evolving channel behaviors, provider preferences, and product holdings.
– Identify leading digital transformation efforts based on cost/income and customer satisfaction metrics.
– Access firm-level/case study insight on successful digital transformation efforts by incumbents.

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Table of Contents
Executive summary
Thematic briefing
Digital transformation
Technology trends
Macroeconomic and political trends
Regulatory trends
Industry analysis
Mergers and acquisitions
Value chain
Core banking/legacy systems (transaction processing)
Digital banking platforms (front-end channels)
API management/strategy (middleware)
Money management/data infrastructure
Niche fintech partners
Sector scorecards
Banking sector scorecard
Who’s who
Valuation screen
Further reading
RNR reports
Our Thematic Research methodology

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