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Analyzing the digital shift across all elements of the banking value chain
Digital disruptions are, therefore, creating new opportunities for Technology Service Providers (TSP) to deliver next-generation digital solutions and services for the banking sector. Many banks are partnering with TSPs to leverage their domain and technical expertise in effectively building and integrating RPA solutions across multiple use cases.
Key Use Cases to Target:
As digital technologies and solutions get integrated with the traditional roles, banks are increasingly leveraging TSPs to design, build, monitor and manage these digital assets. However, unlike traditional ADM/ISM capabilities, we are observing TSPs and deep banking domain knowledge coupled with digital skills are gaining a major share in these opportunities.
Commercial banks are excited and concerned with many of these point solutions. Though most solutions bring superior capabilities to their existing workload challenges, integrating them into their existing infrastructure and managing distributive systems or platforms. This is a unique opportunity for TSPs to orchestrate these platforms and solutions for banking and look to build strategic relationships with financial institutions.
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