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Becoming a future-ready platform business

Lessons from Standard Bank’s ongoing digital transformation

Standard Bank has embarked on a journey to become a true future-ready platform business – an essential evolution in an ever-changing market.

As the largest financial services group in Africa, this comes with a unique set of challenges, but through it all, the bank is focused on one thing – catering to its diverse customer base.

During our interactive chat, Belinda Rathogwa, Head: Digital and eCommerce Consumer & High Net Worth Clients, and Moshima Shongwe, Head: Digital and eCommerce Business Clients, shared key insights from Standard Bank’s journey in South Africa.

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Watch the full video now to get actionable tips on how to execute your bank’s digital transformation.



You’ll also learn about:

– Combining offerings with third-party providers

– Balancing long and short-term business priorities

– Keeping customers front-of-mind to drive exceptional experiences

– Getting buy-in from the boardroom

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