Digital Transformation in Banking Summit to take place in Copenhagen on April 22, 2020
Darwin’s theory of evolution significantly holds true for the banks of this digital era. What can be called ‘Digital Darwinism’, where technology and society have evolved faster than banks have adapted in the last 30 years. Therefore, it has become imperative for today’s Bank to switch from their age-old legacy systems to more robust, efficient and modernized platforms to stay relevant in this digital age. Most of the leading banks are now investing heavily in digital technologies (such as blockchains, AI, Automation, Cloud computing) to reap their key benefits and stay competitive in the business.
Digital Transformation is a customer intelligence solution that enables banks to deliver a great omnichannel customer experience. Today’s business leaders are constantly challenging their organizations to ensure this change can unlock productivity gains and significant competitive advantage all while delivering exceptional customer experience.
Kinfos Events through its research has identified the importance of ‘Digital Transformation’ as it has emerged as one of the most topical subjects in the banking sector. The summit aims to help the banking sector to learn about the latest case studies in Europe, live rollouts, industry best practices and address some of the most common challenges of implementing Digital Transformation from selecting the right digital platforms, managing the cultural shift, minimizing their costs of implementation, identifying new partners who can support this transformation journey through collaboration FinTechs.
This unique event will be jointly represented by 15+ leading speakers and it aims to gather about 120+ attendees (mostly from local and regional banks, regulators, standard bodies, selected FinTechs) who are looking to stay ahead of the curve.
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