Handbook on Building SUPER Banking Experiences: Case Study and Examples from 40 Global Banks

16 Nov 2018
by Jimit Arora, Ronak Doshi, Aaditya Jain, Pranati Goswami, Rahbare Islam Nayyer

Disruption in technology, rise of millennials, and competitive marketplace are leading to disintermediation in the value chain and business models of traditional banks. To keep pace with the digital change, banks are aligning with digital-first operating models, adopting cutting-edge technologies, and fostering new digital-savvy culture.

Banking is increasingly being embedded in customer activities since it is an enabler. This transition is morphing the role of banks to become a lifestyle experience orchestrator. Banks are focusing on the power of three E’s – Experience, Efficiency, and Ecosystem, to enable their transformation journey. In this research, we will study the experience-centric investments by 40 global banks.

SCOPE OF THE ANALYSIS

  • Market segment: IT services
  • Geography: Global
  • Industry: Banking
  • Lines of business: Retail banking, cards & payments, commercial banking, and lending

SOURCES LEVERAGED

  • Previous Everest Group research
  • Secondary data sources that are publicly available

CONTENTS

The research focuses on banking IT services industry with primary focus on customer experience:

  • Analysis of business and technology investments by 40 global banks
  • Implications for buyers and IT service providers

Membership(s)

Banking & Financial Services (BFS) - IT Services (ITS)

 

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