Why Amazon or Google really wants to expand in financial services

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02. 19. 2018

Why Amazon or Google really wants to expand in financial services – W.UP Digital Banking Weekly

Technology companies are not interested in the fees, charges and interest that can be made on payments, credit and loans. But then why do they pose a threat to traditional banks? Tech giants, like Amazon, Google or Alibaba, are moving into financial services to get more traffic, not to make money out of payments and credit, according to Chris Skinner.

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Banks must use the digital tools now being used against them

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02. 13. 2018

Banks must use the digital tools now being used against them – W.UP Digital Banking Weekly

Banks can win back some of the business they lose to digital disruptors by using the right digital tools. Also, they can learn from the retail industry and take the magical number of 60-120 seconds into consideration when developing digital onboarding structures.

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Digital banking overtakes branch use

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01. 29. 2018

Digital banking overtakes branch use - W.UP Digital Banking Weekly

Online banking has reached a milestone: new research shows that it is now used more than branches. But what are the most in-demand mobile banking features to customers?

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Open banking: is it to the liking of customers?

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01. 23. 2018

Open banking: is it to the liking of customers? - W.UP Digital Banking Weekly

The PSD2 directive took effect in the EU on 13 January, bringing with it the start of open banking. The prospect of a sudden revolution is likely to be thwarted by unresolved technical and regulatory issues and a lukewarm reception from consumers.

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Digital market trends

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01. 18. 2018

Digital market trends: Time to upgrade sales strategies

Digital banking’s sales potential continues to climb in the next few years, to no one’s surprise.

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Mobile banking

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10. 23. 2017

What's Up? Digital Banking News Weekly - 23 October

Mobile banking evolved from internet banking, but the future is experience-driven banking, not mobile.

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