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Collaborative Data Ecosystems

Another internet moment for banks?

We stand at the dawn of a new wave of transformation. The prioritization of data sharing is unlocking new products and services that were previously impossible. As a result, customers now expect the same solutions from every industry. However, in the banking sector, many institutions still maintain an outmoded mindset. They see data as a proprietary asset that must be protected at all costs.

At Capgemini Invent, we are committed to future-proofing our banking sector. We do this by promoting and implementing collaborative data ecosystems. The benefits are felt across the entire business spectrum. Our five-step plan is designed to give banks the data maturity that enables them to meet their customers’ needs and exceed their own expectations.

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Collaborative Data Ecosystems: Another internet moment for banks?

When the internet became available to the public in the early 1990s, it ignited a series of irreversible changes across all aspects of human life, from culture to media to…

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Joerg Becker

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Gianfranco Cecconi

Director, Data Sharing Acceleration Lead, Capgemini Invent
“The opportunities that emerge from open data and data sharing are compelling as best practices become mature and more accessible. They are available today in both private and public sectors. Capgemini wants to accelerate the digital transformation process that enables public administrations to play an active role in the data ecosystems they belong to, to become modern, financially sustainable, and socially responsible organizations.”