Bank 3.0 - Why Banking is No Longer Somewhere You Go, But Something You Do



The First Edition Of BANK 2.0 Took The Financial Services World By Storm And Became Synonymous With Disruptive Customer Behaviour, Technology Shift And New Banking Models In BANK 3.0, Brett King Looks At The Latest Trends That Are Redefining Financial Services And Payments From The Global Scramble For Dominance Of The Mobile Wallet, The Expectations Created By Tablet Computing, The Operationalizing Of The Cloud And The Explosion Of Social Media He Explores LiHow Social Media Has Exposed Pricing, Over Regulation, Outdated Processes And Poor Policy,How Mobile Technology Is Completely Changing The Context Of Banking,How Customer Advocacy Is Killing Traditional Brand Marketing,The Growth Of The De Banked Consumer Who Doesn T Need A Bank At All AndWhy Banking Is No Longer A Place You Go, But Something You DoBANK 3.0 Shows That The Gap Between Customer And Financial Services Players Is Rapidly Growing, Leaving Massive Opportunities For New, Non Bank Competitors To Totally Disrupt The Industry.Bank 3.0 - Why Banking is No Longer Somewhere You Go, But Something You Do

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[PDF / Epub] ★ Bank 3.0 - Why Banking is No Longer Somewhere You Go, But Something You Do  ✪ Brett  King – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 399 pages
  • Bank 3.0 - Why Banking is No Longer Somewhere You Go, But Something You Do
  • Brett King
  • English
  • 09 June 2017

10 thoughts on “Bank 3.0 - Why Banking is No Longer Somewhere You Go, But Something You Do

  1. says:

    The book basically says this People are doing all transactions online and through cards Hence it does not make sense to have physical branches This is a very long 360 pages and a boring read I thought I could learn something new about FinTech but, I was wrong.I won t recommend this book.

  2. says:

    Well, definitely some great ideas but after 2.0 this somehow felt a bit like iPhone5 It s 2.0 with a few new chapters

  3. says:

    I read this with my team at work Given that we work in the banking industry, it was interesting to think through the future of banking and how we, in our day to day work, can help shape the future of the bank we support But, it s no...

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  5. says:

    Pas toujours une lecture de chevet mais tout de m me tr s inspirante Nous retenons ici que la source de la vraie valeur pour la banque est l intelligence client en temps r el pour offrir un service vraiment personnalis one to one.Les changem...

  6. says:

    The first 2 3rds of the book were fascinating for someone such as myself who is in the banking industry The last third of the book became very redundant But overall, very informative and a good read for bankers.

  7. says:

    Brett King has written a thought provoking book about the future of banking, which explores the impact new technologies have on our everyday life but also how these new technologies affect the daily banking operations we all engage in He has painted a very clear picture of what s in store for this industry but that was not...

  8. says:

    Excelente lecturaEscrito en 2012 tiene una vigencia impresionante.Buenos conceptos para repensar la transformaci n digital que est inmersa la industria financiera Excelentes frases para replantearse paradigmas.Recomendado Voy ahora por el Bank 4.0.

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  10. says:

    This book had a lot of good information that is still relevant at the time I am reading it The main downside for me was the repetition, and explanation of technology that we probably didn t need all of the details for.

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