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Smart Banking

The Better Way To Bank Online

In a highly competitive industry, financial institutions are increasingly investing in technology to improve their customer experience and increase operational efficiency. Also, there is a requirement to make banking transactions highly personal and interactive. While customers prefer digital banking for simple transactions, most of them like to interact with a human for complicated financial products, such as a home loan. Therefore, banks cannot rely on digital entirely and do away with the human touch. However, they can use technology such as AR to set up virtual branches or use face-to-face video chatting and co-browsing to make digital banking much more human and interactive.

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Providing Services For Last 25 Years With Reputation

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24/7 Available

it seems only right that when you want to talk to us about your financial wellbeing, you speak directly to a fellow human on the live support. Whether you give us a ring or get in touch online, we're always here, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We have never closed, not even for a minute, so you can be sure your funds is always availble too.

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Money Wellness

Every day for 25 years, we've been on hand for our customers, and in return, they’ve shared their love for us. Thanks to their nominations, we’ve won more awards for our services than any other Digital bank. In 2019, we’ve been named No.1 for customer experience by Kantar and No.1 for customer satisfaction And we’re once again topping the CMA charts for overall service quality.

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Easy Banking

In 2017, PwC indicated the rise of the digital-only banking customer in its Digital Banking Consumer Survey. The report specifically pointed to a new breed of customers that is labeled as “Omni-digital” or those who increasingly preferred digital modes to conduct their banking, mostly avoiding physical channels of banking.

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Banking Automation

McKinsey reports that banks can automate up to one-third of their processes through smart technology implementation that can reduce costs and eliminate human error to a large extent. JP Morgan Chase has already taken a step in this direction with its data-based automation platform, COIN

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Virtual Banking

Banking made better

Immersive technologies, such as augmented reality (AR), are being increasingly adopted by companies for providing personalized experiences to their customers. The National Bank of Oman offers its users an AR-enabled app that helps them locate their nearest branch or ATM using their smartphone camera. Banks with customers in remote locations can also set up virtual branches using AR technology for enabling a seamless, at-home banking experience that is similar to banking in person.

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Benefits of digital banking

Banks around the world are realizing how digital technology investments can benefit their customer acquisition strategies and also improve customer satisfaction while reducing overall costs for both the banks and the customers.

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The future of bankiing

What we have shared above is just the tip of the iceberg – or the very obvious benefits of digitization in banking. However, the infusion of emerging technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Big Data, Blockchain, and immersive technologies, holds the key to the future of banking.

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Increased Personalization

Customers don’t want to be treated like numbers but expect customized services that add more value to their experience. One way in which personalization can be achieved is through data collection and analysis using predictive intelligence and other machine learning algorithms that point to future consumer behavior.

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Blockchain In Banking

Decentralized systems spell the future of secure digital banking. Recently, Mastercard filed a patent on putting credit cards on a public blockchain to verify users’ payment credentials. By integrating this system with point-of-sale (POS) devices, payments can be secured as users needn’t present their cards physically, which eliminates the risk of data being skimmed from payment devices. Similarly, forward-looking banks are testing various use-cases of blockchain to make digital banking convenient and more secure for everyone.

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