Experience the Capgemini effect at Money 2020
Customers’ expectations have been turned upside down by their smartphones. And as next generation digital banking gives them power over their data, and ever more choice, traditional banks often struggle to accelerate fast enough and create new business models to achieve competitive time to market.
Join us at Booth #J101, to explore how this paradigm shift will become possible through the adoption of a platform-based ecosystem model.
Capgemini Inventive Banking
It brings to life next generation digital banking
Inventive Banking enables banks to move disruptively in a space beyond banking, where together we can orchestrate new eco-systems to deliver next generation services that allow customers to bank clever and live better.
Shifting from Open Banking to Open X
Look for the launch of World FinTech Report 2019 (WFTR) from Capgemini and Efma.
The World FinTech Report (WFTR) 2019 from Capgemini and Efma explores how the future is moving to a shared marketplace where banks must think beyond open banking and transition to an impending phase we call Open X.
The Open X ecosystem will feature new roles and new entrants that challenge traditional banking assumptions. The report examines the major challenges faced by FS players while implementing open banking and assesses the different roles banks can play within the new ecosystem, from supplier and aggregator to orchestrator. Banks and other ecosystem players will have to strategically determine their Open X ecosystem role based on their primary strengths.
Also at Money 20/20, learn about the Capgemini ScaleUp Qualification program, designed to enable greater collaboration between traditional financial institutions and ScaleUps and orchestrate an ecosystem of best suited partners.
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In order to help our clients reach their goals, everything we do must have a positive impact on the humans involved – be they the client’s customers, employees, franchisees or partners. The fusion of these two aspects – technology and the people it touches – delivers the greatest possible value is what we call “The Capgemini Effect”.