The pandemic brings major disruption across all industries; what should Fintech industry strive to do now in enhancing customer retention in 2021
COVID-19 has single-handedly disrupted the world in many ways. Aside from all the gloom and doom, it is a booster for digital transformation. There is a convergence of digital and physical space. What is the outlook of post COVID-19 and how can we adapt to our ever-changing environment? What do we need to do in order to stay relevant and competitive?
Let’s learn how these thriving technology companies breeze through the storm of COVID-19 by transforming digitally and also enabling other businesses to digitally transform.
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. China is still pushing for digital transformation and disrupting many industries across the globe, moving from imitator to innovator. There must be something China is doing right for the whole world to be fixing their eyes on it. So what is China doing right?
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Digital banking can often be misinterpreted for being the same as online banking. However, for anything to be truly digital, it has to go far beyond that.
With 5G paving the way as the next generation of networks, it will be transforming the technological era bringing in unlimited possibilities that would ultimately change how humans connect.
With technology disrupting the banks and financial services, global leaders have started to leverage artificial intelligence (AI) to save costs, acknowledge the value of Big Data, implement autonomous things and cloud computing, lastly, explore the possibility of blockchain.
Artificial Intelligence is gradually turning into a cornerstone for the banking industry. It's imperative for banks today to heed on AI as a software solution for new and existing customers.
Reaching another catalytic milestone in her entrepreneurship journey and earning the title of EY Woman Entrepreneur Of The Year 2019 was something Wai Hun did not expect.