Working with Efma in discussing digital transformation

  • June 27, 2017

Our friends at Efma worked with us on a report called ‘Omni-channel banking – The digital transformation roadmap‘ in which we discuss and present an outline of the journey it takes to becoming a digital bank. It was an enjoyable project, and one in which we found great synergy in our beliefs and convictions about the world of digital transformation.

Efma will host its 45th congress in October 2017, around the theme of banking transformation. Many of the topics under discussion are those that are close to our own hearts here at Backbase, such as PSD2, open banking, leadership and business culture. All of these are making headlines in digital transformation circles, not least because of the way they influence the way startups as well as incumbents make decisions for the benefit of the customer.

We spotlight these topics on BankNXT, our fintech thought leadership platform, but we’d also like to highlight Efma’s articles, such as ‘How to thrive in an era of digital disruption‘. (Some articles require that you become an Efma member.) More articles, I’m assured, are on the way, and they will tackle the exciting things being achieved in the name of financial innovation.

Anyway, while we’re currently enjoying the events at Money20/20 Europe in Copenhagen this week, we thought it would be a good time to remind you of Efma’s event in October and encourage you to attend. We’ll be a media partner for the event, so look out for our logo, and drop us a line if you’re speaking, so we can give you a shoutout.

The hashtag is #EfmaCg17 and event details are right here on BankNXT.

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