Business technology transformation for banking overdrive
The intelligence, agility and efficiency with which banks leverage customer data now becomes the foundation for differentiation and success – but only if you can translate it into an experience that makes your clients love you.
Atos Now Banking asks how every banking process and every business technology can be exploited to contribute to better customer experience – even taking into account the most arcane back-office processes.
We look at the technology practices which are changing the world at large and ask what they mean for every successful bank: realtime analytics, process robotics, and the rest.
As a partner on this digital journey, Atos will help you make the quality of experience for your customers a point of winning differentiation – while delivering insight like never before.
Machine learning to disrupt 40%
of all banking roles.
Vision for banking – Journey 2022
Make the shift from dilemmas to informed decisions
We have reached a ‘tipping point’ with digital banking. Rapid advances in AI, IoT, quantum computing, and others present huge opportunities. They also create new Digital Dilemmas as society raises questions about the application of technology, data privacy, and new business models.
These inherent tensions intensify as our digital and physical worlds continue to collide. They ask us to consider not only “Could we?”, but also “Should we?”. As machines take on more of the workload, there is a need to re-focus on humans at the heart of decision-making. Journey 2022 is our vision for overcoming these dilemmas. In an on-going series of expert blog articles, we’ll explain this vision as well as three key areas of Digital Dilemmas:
- Digital meets physical
- Business models and society
- Human-centric AI.
“We’ll explore both the positives and negatives of emerging tech, the boundaries we need to set and the balance we must strike between growth and ethics.”
The Banking branch in the future
Atos opinion paper on resolving the conflict over the role of the physical bank branch in an increasingly digital world.
It seems like a debate that has been raging for years. Does the bank branch have a future? If it does, what does that future look like? Especially in an increasingly digital world in which app-like convenience dominates our sense of customer satisfaction.Download the whitepaper
With the emergence of FinTechs, banks are facing new competitive pressures. At the same time, FinTechs face challenges with international regulatory compliance, credit issuance and global distribution channels. Our cloud-based FinTech propositions, engagement program and research, offer new ways to meet the industry’s core transformation challenges head-on.
So how are you going to exploit opportunities to survive and thrive in Financial Services? As a leader in integrating FinTech solutions, answering this question is our primary focus. That is why we established the Atos FinTech program with three clear aims:
Find out about all there is to know about our Program and how you can benefit from it as a bank, or as a Fintech: here
Atos Networked Banking – become a trusted, secure bank but with the flexibility of a FinTech
Will your bank continue to be there for its customers as the market changes? Will it be there if driverless cars need their own bank accounts? Will it be there with real-time analytics to offer an instant decision on a mortgage? Will it be there for millions of customers yet treat each one as an individual?
What our customers say
Ulster Bank has embraced the use of artificial intelligence (AI). One such initiative the bank has embarked on is a project using the Salesforce Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system with Atos
Investment and financial services firm
Investment and financial services firm transforms its customer service and end-user support processes with Atos’ Digital Workplace
Quantum computing’s application for the financial services sector. Get Atos’ perspective on how to prepare for a quantum computing world.
Look Out 2020+ for Banking
Which business opportunities and key technologies will shape the future of Banking?
Group Sales & Markets COO, Head of Financial Services & Insurance market
Carlos Von Prabucki
Global Financial Services COO, Head of Banking Iberia and South America region, Atos
Global Financial Services, Chief Digital Officer