Webinar November 28, 2018

Digital-First Banking Innovation

Get ready for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, become a Digital-First Bank today

Most banks have already made the move to digital, but keeping up with today’s competition means becoming completely immersed in it. Anything less than 100% commitment is not enough. Your customers expect more than basic products and services, they expect holistic solutions to their financial needs. The truth is, if you’ve been tagging bits of digital onto the current offering — you’re already falling behind.

So where do you start?

  • Become a Digital-First Enterprise and move way beyond your comfort zone
  • Think digital
  • Change your business culture

In this comprehensive webinar, Jouk Pleiter and Tim Rutten, outline the tools and strategic approaches needed to become truly digital-first. Get serious about future proofing your bank, register today!


Date: November 28th, 2018
Time: 5pm CET/ 11am EST (60 minutes) (click here to see time in your timezone)

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