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Technology Transformation in the Banking sector

The banking sector is one of the oldest businesses in the world and it is continuously progressing and growing with every year. Gone the days when banks used to be placed with long queues and tedious amounts of paperwork. Due to the technological advancements in the banking sector, the labor and the paper-use had reduced a lot. There are a lot more benefits also.

The complete world at your fingertips

In some or the other way, every one of us is affected by technology. Any work, be it ordering food, or shopping clothes, is just a click away. And on the additional note, all these things can be achieved simply by making a digital payment unlike carrying the complete wallet with you.

Error-free and better data protection: Humans are more prone to make calculation errors. But now with the introduction of computers, the frequency of errors has reduced to almost nil.

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What are the hidden challenges for insurtech

Believe it or not, every coin has two sides. Likely, where insurtech serves with a number of benefits and customers satisfaction, there are also few hidden challenges for this industry. The insurance sector is completely changing for the business giants. Now there is why behind every what and with the help of technology we have answers for all such questions too. Folks of this generation is much more techie and seek answer for their each question. This raised a need of digitization in insurtech industry and also gave a rise to several challenges in the transformation of complete industry to the digital platform. Apart from this, there are several challenges faced by this industry. Few of those are discussed here.

Connected ecosystem: A well connected business ecosystem is required for the insurance sector to keep the process fast-paced. A single platform has the potential to connect all the participants with each other to communicate, rising the standards higher and also making the sector more competitive.

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What is new in the insurance industry?

Insurance sector was one of those sectors which were untouched from the advancements and was continuously using the traditional ways to serve customers.  In the recent years, this sector has undergone a huge variation with the help of technological developments. There are a number of technologies which has been playing a crucial role in the expansion of this sector with enhanced user experience. The technology has brought mobile apps, automated claim processing bots, online policy handling features, and more. Apart from these benefits there are many more hidden aspects in this sector which has been developed for amazing user experience. Here we have included few facts related to insurtech that gives a clear picture about this industry and its future growth.

Impact of technology on insurance industry: Now the game of insurance sector is going to be changed forever. Since last many decades, insurance sector was more likely to be in the favor of the industrial growth. Now, with the emergence of technology, it will be all about the customer services, their satisfaction, and attention grabbing offerings.

Phases you must know about insurance technology solutions

Phases you must know about insurance technology solutions

Integrity, excellence and reliability are the major aspects which a business seeks for its development. In present competitive world, insurance sector is also boosted with these three crucial factors and the major platform that has incorporated all these qualities into the insurance sector is digitization. Digital transformation of insurance technology is constantly giving new values to the sector to grow further and attract more insurers for investment with peculiar business solutions. Innovation is undoubtedly a key for the successive growth and here in the insurance sector also innovation is creating miracles in the business industry. Digital presence is continuously giving new ways to the insurance sector to explore various sectors and expand with greater assistance.

The main intention behind the insuretech is to bring excellent benefits with increased efficiency and lower cost. There are various technologies involved in insurtech are artificial intelligence, digitization, blockchain, etc. every technology involved in insuretech has its great significance in making the sector amazing and convenient for customers.

Top technologies influencing insurance sector

Top Technologies Influencing Insurance Sector

Just like other sectors are undergoing great and swift changes with the help of latest technologies, insurance sector is also having a great impact of technology. Comparing with the last decade, now a number of advancements have been witnessed by the sector in last few years. There are a number of insurance sector’s components which has a great development and now a number of agencies are availing the benefits of certain changes. Making changes in the industry has benefited customers too which is keeping them much inclined towards the insurance industry and is helping the insurance companies to hold their clients for a long time. The most effective and responsive changes made by the technological development in the world of insurance sector is the use of mobile application which has made this complete sector much handy and has wrapped it in a single mobile application. Distinct data is required by the insurance sector to operate effectively. A future prediction is crucial for enhancing the functionality of insurance sector. With the help of predictive data analysis insurance sector is able to analyze the data related to each of its component and also its customers and then can make future predictions for making decisions.

Technological solutions for insurance sector

Technological solutions for insurance sector

Technical growth is having a great impact on insurance sector; in fact it is one of the prior most sectors in finance industry to introduce digital platform for better customer’s experience. There are a number of amazing features introduced in the insurance sector in order to scale up the facilities offered by it. Major improvements have brought the insurance companies in a close contact with customers and serving them better by knowing them better. Now with the help of technology, service providers are able to track the history of customers and can serve them customized solutions making their experiences more effective and productive. It is a fast track world where people are willing to get a solution for their requirement on their fingertips. No more time for long queues and long manual procedures. It’s time to enjoy the fastest procedures initiated by the digital systems providing solutions in the least possible  time, boosted with the technical assistance of artificial intelligence, data science, and machine learning. Insurance sector need to handle a huge data base of each customer right from the beginning which makes it a difficult task for the companies and also very slow.

Solutions boosting insurance technology

Solutions boosting insurance technology

World is going digitized, and every business sector is restoring its position in the digital platform at a fast pace to keep them in the competition. Where almost the world already onboard and gone so far, insurance sector is also hitched with the technological growth and making its own space in this high tech world with amazing trends and techniques. At present time, insurtech is becoming a major center of attraction in the finance sector as its myriad digital trends is completely transforming and converging to create new experiences. The sector is completely fueled by the latest technologies give a number of reasons for customer retention and new customers to join and experience an amazing and easier way while compiles fast solutions, personalized services, and ease of information together. Connected clients: To know more about your customers you need to stay connect with your clients and also it is mandatory to track, manage and save their data. Pivoting cloud technology with the insurance sector has offered a simple gateway to the business to stay connected with their customers and also keep a detailed eye on their past purchase history and other interests.

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Technologies transforming insurance industry

Present era is completely digitized where consumers demand a fast pace solution for each of their requirements. Almost every business sector is now boosted with the technological growth. In order to retain a competitive edge in every business sector, technological growth and its acceptance by the consumers must be in an exponential manner. Recent technological advancements have played a vital role in development of insurance sector too. It has crafted the insurance sector with more cost effective, customer centric, and enhanced functional excellence. There are a number of technologies responsible for the prominent enhancement of insurance sector and has brought a number of significant changes in it. If you are willing to know more about the technology involved in the insurance industry for its rapid transformation then you have landed on the right page. Let’s get to know more about it. Artificial intelligence: Manual procedures are slower as compared to machine and also the probabilities of errors are comparatively low in machines as compared to humans. The most important and amazing development of artificial intelligence is facial recognition.

A guide to finance technology

A guide to finance technology

Finance is one of the common sectors that have secured a prior place in each type of business, regardless of its type. This sector has seen great variations in the past few years after the incorporation of the latest technologies in it. Fintech, which actually means financial technology, has developed with the intention of automating the process and making it easy to use. The finance sector has involved a number of technologies to upgrade the finance operations and it has been used by small to large scale companies, from mobile banking to crypto currency and other types of investments. The applications of fintech are uncountable and have a major role in each type of business industry.

Enhancement of finance sector was started over a decade before, but the real change that the world started noticing was just a couple of years ago. Earlier, folks were much trusting the traditional financial ways due to unawareness of technologies used in this sector. But now folks are much familiar with the words like artificial intelligence and blockchain, hence understand the potential of this growing sector. Major technologies used in the finance sector are data science, artificial intelligence and blockchain that ensure to make the procedure faster and safer than ever before.

Technology and innovation changing insurance sector

Technology and innovation changing insurance sector

nsurtech is a proper blend of innovation and insurance sector. Technologies have a potential to bring a transformation in the insurance sector and also put a great impact on insurance regulatory. Initially technology was incorporated in the finance sector which gradually made a way to insurance sector and now in the current scenario it is acting as the backbone of the industry. Incorporation of technology in the insurance brought great opportunity for end-to-end sector development, data storage and management, fraud detection, automated customer assistance are the major developments with which the world is mesmerized. There are even greater areas of insurance sector which are still working with technology to provide a better solution to its customers, such as transparency of technological use, impacts on policy holders, liberty to choose their rights, and many more. Funding of Insurtech: To introduce new technologies and innovation to any business sector, funding plays the most important role. Talking about insurance sector, venture capital has come up with the maximum opportunities and possibilities of advancements. Fortunately, insurance technology has been benefited by the best and most competitive funding sectors which have provided an amazing platform for insurtech to flourish with a huge number of funding rounds.

Insurance technology trends transforming our future

Insurance technology trends transforming our future

Insurance was one of the technologies which were totally manual based which was dragging the pace of the industry. With the incorporation of technology, insurance sector is becoming automated and also swift. In present era insurance technology is attracting most of the folks and is being one of the most potential tools helping to retain the customers with greater satisfaction. Technological invasion in the insurance sector has made amazing transformation in its each aspect, right from the services till usage. But sweetness comes with a hidden bitter tangs, likely insurance sector also have certain challenges to face before it enjoys the excellence of technology. Comparing to last decade, insurance tech has undergone drastic changes and many are still going on making this industry one of the leading sector. Human intellectual capital: Technology makes the business sector smarter but to operate it you require a smart man force too who are well equipped with the technology and are able to carry the functionalities of technological advancements smoothly.   Of the benefit achieved with the introduction of technology is continuous growth of human resources. Employees working in insurance sectors are availing a chance to learn new aspects of technology and their work sector making them more intelligent and efficient.

Digital Platform & the growth of InsurTech

Digital Platform & the growth of InsurTech

The world is growing towards digital platforms making the work swift and easier. When it comes to make a payment, most of the folks wish to get a “pay on the go” option. If you talk about banking and finance industry, insurance sector is one of the first to enter the world of digital media. It has started responding to the Internet of Things at the very prior state of technological growth. Along with the growth, the sector had to face a number of challenges that includes customer demand satisfaction, competitive market, involvement of mobile usage, and many more. To satisfy all these requirements, digital platforms are serving multiple solutions.  Since past decade, insurance technology has undergone a number of transformations and the journey of changes are still going on with amazing miracles for the folks. The new transformations are enabling innovative IT solutions to serve the customers better. The major change made by the technology in insurance sector is incorporation of digital platform. Now insurance sector is just a click away from folks and the mobile apps are the most robust connecting channels. Basically mobile apps wrap entire services available with the insurance service providers that allows customer to coordinate with the technology and get their required solutions for the application without any manual assistance.

Ross James,  CEO & Founder

Empowering Micro SMEs through Accloud

Accloud PLC was founded to empower and stimulate the growth of micro SMEs, (Small, Medium Enterprises) by offering business management tools through its integrated cloud-services platform. Founded in 2015, the company’s signature platform – Accloud offers user-friendly and affordable support to accelerate micro SME growth in rural communities, thus offering the ability to trade and network with other micro SMEs. The man at the helm of affairs – Ross R James, CEO of the company, is a man with a mission. He is on a quest to bridge the economic disparities within communities. An astute man with sound business acumen, coupled with great determination and a competitive spirit, Ross has earned great admiration within the industry. Empowered with high-level expertise and excellent leadership skills, he has proved to be an exceptional CEO. In an interview, he talks on an array of topics – from the decision to build Accloud to the current fintech industry, from the present economic slowdown to Accloud’s expansion to other countries. Excerpts from the interview: Ross feels that for too long, entrepreneurs in high-growth economies have struggled to achieve their ambitions. “Accloud was created to challenge that status quo. In October 2015, we began developing a platform that makes business management simpler, empowering people to grow, and giving them access to new markets and services.

Inigo Rumayor Belausteguigoitia, Co-Founder

Making Fintech Possible for Everyone

“We believe that everyone everywhere should have access to technology that helps them improve their financial wellbeing,” says Inigo Rumayor Belausteguigoitia, Co-Founder of Arcus. Arcus is a FaaS (Fintech-as-a-Service) company he co-founded to help every business make fintech accessible for each of their customers. By being smart, strategic, and being ready to pivot, Rumayor was able to build an easy-to-use platform. The platform eliminated the complexity of launching a fintech business. This strategy has enabled Arcus to expand its operations across Latin America and the USA. Earlier, the fintech ecosystem was fragmented, diverse, and afflicted with inefficiencies. FaaS was the ultimate solution to this problem. FaaS has completely revolutionized the fintech industry by incorporating the power of technology into the legacy systems that drive most of global commerce. FaaS has completely revolutionized the fintech industry by incorporating the power of technology into the legacy systems that drive most of global commerce. FaaS has unlocked a new playing field for financial innovators everywhere. Arcus has made it possible for any company to become a fintech company. Thanks to FaaS, now there are fewer barriers to enter the fintech market. However, building scale still seems to be a challenge.


Global Mobile RegTech

“Make sure you are passionate about your business idea and love what you do,” says Sean Moshir, Co-founder & CEO of CellTrust. CellTrust is a leading provider of secure, compliant mobile communication for enterprises around the world. CellTrust’s award-winning security and mobile compliance products are radically transforming the way enterprises communicate and work. But, CellTrust is not the only feather in Moshir’s cap. Over the years Moshir has founded several cybersecurity companies. Each has excelled in its own way. Moshir is a hard-working and versatile person who has a knack for recognizing the raw energy in people. He motivates them to positively channel that energy to reach their full potential. Half of CellTrust’s current staff have worked with him at his previous companies. Their loyalty and knowledge have led CellTrust in developing leading-edge solutions with global reach. So, what has CellTrust planned for the post-pandemic world? Let’s find out! Moshir and his team realized early on Fintech was missing certain aspects of secure, compliant mobile communication including SMS/Text archiving. Moshir executed on a strategy to make CellTrust the first company to patent an innovation for secure communication.


Delegation in Style

“I like to dedicate responsibility to my teams and have great trust in them to deliver the best possible result”, says Mark Hojgaard, CEO & Co-Founder of Coinify, a wallet-independent platform that provides individuals with secure and simple access to the virtual currency space. The company aims to go beyond traditional finance practices and introduce people from all walks of life into virtual currencies and adopt financial innovation. Hojgaard is a leader who believes in delegation and a person who leverages fear to propel himself to go the extra mile. With an incredibly strong determination, Hojgaard is steering the company towards building a strong, trustworthy community and injecting novel methods of payment across industries. So how does he plan to achieve this? Let’s find out! According to Hojgaard, immature technologies and the unregulated approaches are the two biggest challenges faced by the Fintech sector. Another challenge is the one faced by the customers when deciding what platform to invest in. A few years ago, the Bitcoin was the hottest topic, but now there are thousands of similar tokens coming up every day including LibraCoin by Facebook and CBDC (Central Bank own Digital Currency).


Expecting the Unexpected

“Whenever life knocks me down, I bounce back harder and stronger. I keep going and I don’t stop until I achieve my goals “, says Craig Cecilio, Co-Founder, and CEO of DiversyFund.

DiversyFund is a Fintech company that was born out of recession. It was founded to help normal people in their time of need. By breaking down the barrier between Wall Street and Main Street, DiversyFund opens the doors for the everyday investor to build up their wealth. Cecilio lives according to the philosophy that man’s potential for growth and improvement knew no limits. It totally justifies why people call him the “Renaissance Man”.

Even with the current pandemic causing losses for numerous companies around the world. By moving more processes to the digital space, he ensured that DiversyFund didn’t face much of a challenge.  By delegating to the right people, he has led DiversyFund beyond to reach greater heights and has been successful in unventured areas.

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Pioneering Innovation within Regtech Industry

As a leading provider of remote user iDentification systems (via streaming video), Electronic Identification (eID) has been a game-changer in creating the highest level of customer experience within industries that require a high level of security. Started in 2013, as a software manufacturer in the Regulatory Technology (RegTech) field, eID is touted as one of the 100 most innovative RegTech in the world. Operating out of four continents in the world today, eID’s technology is used by most of the banks in Europe for end-to-end online customer onboarding. Noted Ivan Nabalon, CEO eID that the company’s flagship product VideoID combines streaming video along with an advanced artificial intelligence algorithm, giving the same technical and compliance level as face-to-face identification in presence. “It is the only technology that allows us to reach this level of security and only annoying the user for a few seconds” he added. Ivan added that as a Regtech company, his firm has always had the vision that regulatory technology and digital identity can change the world by legitimizing users through the internet. “The main feature that characterizes our company is a team of people who never give up. Our motto is: It is very difficult to beat a team that never gives up.”


Taking the High Road With GPS

“I approach my leadership in the same way a conductor works with an orchestra to shape an ensemble, using the right musicians, leading them and keeping them on track,” says Joanne Dewar, CEO of Global Processing Services (GPS). GPS is an award-winning payments technology provider that has enabled many high-profile fintech innovators. Dewar, an empathetic leader with a rock-solid vision, has led GPS’ transformation from bootstrapped startup to private equity-backed scale-up that continues to extend its reach globally. Besides possessing a strong ability to optimise the performance of a diverse team, she is also a proud mother who seeks to balance the responsibilities of being CEO with spending quality time with her three children.  “Imposter Syndrome is a huge issue for many people in high-level positions. It is something that I certainly struggled with when I first became CEO,” says Dewar. To combat Imposter Syndrome, she suggests Jack Welch’s ‘Destroy Your Own Business Theory’ – that one should consider how the competition would respond to a situation and do that thing yourself. Dewar had a fear of public speaking. She overcame it by focusing on the hundreds of other people who could learn something from her, instead of the one she thought could not.


Fintech - The Forefront of Digitization

“For me leadership is very much about listening to others, understanding their opinions and arguments and trying to reach an impactful and efficient decision,” says Michael Juul Rugaard, Partner & Co-founder of Norfico. Norfico is a fintech consultancy that combines strategic advisory and PR activities exclusively for the financial services sector. Rugaard is a pioneer of exclusive fintech consultation. He has spent over fifteen years as a strategic communication adviser, an author, and an editor of magazines, books, articles, and white papers. This has shaped him to be a visionary and futuristic person who always seeks opportunities to identify and fill up the holes in the market. He started as a press manager at one of the biggest payment companies in the Nordics. During his time there, Rugaard faced immense difficulty while looking for external communications consultants. The professionals who were hired didn’t know the basics of the payments industry. “We had to teach them for months before they could help us with just basic stuff, and in most cases, we ended up doing the work ourselves,” states Rugaard.

Harry Hurst,  CEO

Financially Empowering SaaS Companies

Pipe was founded to help cloud services companies grow efficiently by becoming the financial rails of the industry. Founded in September 2019, Pipe’s suite of products allows companies with recurring revenues to unlock their deferred cash flows and invest in growth. Designed particularly for SaaS companies that can benefit from immediate payment, the company enables companies to grow without diluting their current cap table. Harry Hurst, Co-Founder & Co-CEO of Pipe said, “When we founded Pipe, we had a clear idea of who our early adopters would be: SaaS companies with the proven product-market fit, servicing customers in the SMB to the mid-market range. So, we set about building and launching our product, and lucky for us the reception has been phenomenal.” Harry noted that post the launch of the company, he discovered the product was in demand with a subset of the SaaS market that they hadn’t expected to be serving in the first few months of the launch – large enterprise focused companies with customers who historically pre-paid annually upfront but are now requesting more flexible payment terms. “We’re fortunate to be in a position to provide much-needed cash flow to SaaS companies.


Pioneering Transcontinental Communication System Within Fintech Markets

As a pioneer in deploying wireless ultra-low latency and transcontinental communications systems, RAFT Technologies has come a long way in serving especially the financial markets and particularly the HFT – algorithmic trading firms. Started in 2013, the company enables the communication between different exchanges and delivers data between exchange co-locations in the lowest latency in the industry. Said Haim Ben Ami, CEO, RAFT Technologies, an experienced professional in capital markets that, RAFT Technologies employs a skilled team of more than 40 years of cumulative experience in the fields of radio communications, networking, management, and monitoring systems. “We have intimate knowledge on how to combine the essential components of all legal, location, and technological aspects of communications systems, which allows us to offer complete and state-of-the-art ‘Plug & Play’ packages to all of our clients.” Haim added that in 2017 when he was offered to become the CEO of RAFT Technologies, the company was in an important stage of its evolution. “I realized the vast potential. I was attracted not only to the opportunity and challenge but also to a place where I could synergize the trading world and wireless communication field which I love and have experience.


Modernizing Business Payments

SnapCheck’s mission is to eliminate paper checks and empower businesses to adopt digital payments. This unique open-ecosystem platform, founded in 2015 was created so that any business could pay any vendor, supplier, contractor or employee, anywhere with the familiar form of a check, but without all the problems inherent in the paper thus reducing the cost to the business by 70% and the risks of fraudulent activity by 90% over any current payment method. On what inspired him to start SnapCheck, Ken Kruszka, CEO & Founder of the company noted that SnapCheck was born of a pain that he himself had as a small business owner trying to easily pay his bills and invoices, and feeling disheartened at the pervasiveness of paper checks. Ken noted that he ended up blocking four days a month just to pay payroll, and it was this pain that spurred the idea of creating the ‘paper check killer’. “Businesses do not have options that are quick and easy and painless. SnapCheck brings that same convenience of a service like Venmo to the business world, giving them an easy way to transact without having to overhaul their back-office processes.

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Empowering Small and Medium Retail Companies

Trademaster is a fintech company specialized in B2B credit solutions that strives to empower small and medium retail companies, by offering credit to all links in the distribution chain – industry, distributors and retail. The company provides an innovative payment platform that is integrated with the commercial operation of the industry or distributor, using technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Launched in 2015, Trademaster enables companies to free up credit and increase the purchasing power of the distribution channels, leveraging sales and mitigating risks. The company offers financial solutions for more than 30 large corporations, including more than 180,000 retailers, with total transactions close to the volume of U$1Billion. Says Francisco Pereira, CEO Trademaster that the platform is a Cloud and Container-driven one, developed for microservices. “Our platform communicates through a catalogue of APIs, integrated in real-time with the sales process of our customers. This helps us provide a truly frictionless process. We also have a customer service portal that has an interface developed with the best of UX” he adds.

Most crucial legal technology development in past few years

Most crucial legal technology development in past few years

Legal sector is one of those sectors which are known to everyone but hardly folks enter in this sector to work with. If you count just a decade back, legal interpretations were made only for those who are related to some unauthorized deeds. But now time has changed the way legal sector was utilized, and now it has a great importance in every small and big facet of lives. Legal sector has undergone a vast change since it got amalgamated with the developing technologies. A main role played in enhancing the legal sector and bringing it as a crucial utility for common people and small and large firms is automation. If you talk about the most important technology that has been a face of legal industry now and being one of the most reasons for its development then it is undoubtedly artificial intelligence. As we said, artificial intelligence is just a face of legal tech, but in the backend analytics is being main artist to enhance the functioning and performance of this industry. Whatever automations we experience in the present time is a result of comprehensive analytics of customers, market trends, and many more. Have you ever thought about taking the sector to the global level? If not, then it is not mere a thought but a fact that legal sector has attained a secure position in the global market.

Who all can be leveraged by fintech industry

Who all can be leveraged by fintech industry?

Finance is one of the major sections of each and every sector regardless of their business domains. It’s been a part of each business since traditional age when accounts were only done on the papers, but now the time has grown to a technological level where everything is automated then why not finance sector. With the flying time and growing using of technology, finance sector has undergone great changes and now it is used to automate a number of financial activities and make it easier for business and common folks too. Finance technology, more commonly known as fintech is a very commonly known name but hardly few are well aware of each and every benefit it offers. Fintech is a vast sector with a number of operations sorting capital management in various ways. There are a number of fintech users but they are totally different from one another in terms of objective, type of use and many more. This states that fintech industry is serving a number of distinct requirements with appropriate solutions. Finance management is very crucial aspect for a business to operate smoothly and generate revenue.

Robo-Advisor and its key benefits in Fintech

Robo-Advisor and its key benefits in Fintech

Financial planning is the backbone for every type of business to operate efficiently with achieve targeted objective. A single mistake in the financial records or planning can drag the growth of an organization to zero. As a solution, Robo-Advisors serve a digital platform with automated functions backed up with algorithm-driven financial planning services. This digital platform allow to automate the procedure with least or can be said no human supervision. A question might be nudging your mind, “How a digital platform can be able to plan financial operations?” It is a worth question that must be answered before using such a high tech platform. The mechanism of Robo-Advisor is very simple which involves information gathering from client about their financial state and then conducting a thorough study over the market based on the future objective of the client. Output of all such study and surveys are used as input by this platform to take financial decisions and investing client’s assets automatically. Investing is a boon for an organization or an individual, but hardly people have any idea about investment. So, when they plan to invest their money for a better ROI, the very first solution hit their mind is wealth advisory team.

Technologies that contributes in fintech sector

Technologies that contributes in fintech sector

Finance sector has grown to a large extent and the word fintech itself states a great combination of finance and technology. Business operations need to be speed paced to match the current requirements and fintech allows the business operations to enhance the operations and financial services. Fintech has improved the way finance was dealing with the common life, now it has supported professional and personal lives with easy mobile payments, cryptocurrency, automated investment apps, crowd funding platforms and many more. There are multiple technologies which are responsible for the boosting of fintech sector. To know more about the technologies involved in embracing this sector, continue reading. Artificial intelligence and machine learning are most important technologies which play a major role in finance industry to make it potent enough to serve in much better manner. Fintech applications that include artificial intelligence are fraud detection, credit scoring, wealth management, regulatory compliance, and many more. Most of the financial operation includes repetitive tasks. Robotic process automation assists to enhance the procedure and make it swift by automating such procedures. Most used applications of RPA in fintech sector are listed below:

Use Of Blockchain Technology In Fintech Sector

Use Of Blockchain Technology In Fintech Sector

Blockchain is one of the swiftly emerging technologies in present world and none of the sector is untouched from this extravagantly amazing technology. Especially this technology is having a great emphasis on fintech sector. In current era, almost 77% of financial service providers are incorporating blockchain technology to enhance their service qualities. If integrated in the right manner, blockchain can bring robustness to any large retail banks. To know how blockchains are helping fintech sector, first you need to understand what is blockchain and how does it work? It is a public ledger which is built by collecting all data available on internet. The information in the blockchain is not confined to any number, name or address, rather it comprises details about the transfer of money, personal identities, official or nonofficial agreements between different parties. Each information in this structure is stored in the form of blocks with a capacity of 1MB each. KYC is one of the biggest aspects in national stock exchange sector. It allows banking industry to record electronic details about each transaction along with authentication and verification. In this process, blockchains is the backbone which allows the finance sector to record and track the details efficiently.


Fintech and the emergence of finance technology

Fintech may sound very different but in simple language it is financial technology. Along with other business sectors, technology has a great impact on banking and finance sector too. A number of business sectors are deploying Fintech for a better performance. Actually Fintech is transforming the money transaction procedures and helping companies to make it online with an automated data saving about each transaction made or received. The emergence of this technology has also impacted customers and their usage. Nothing comes out immediately but an innovation is a result of requirements. Fintech is also a result of a number of changes occurred in various industries and lifestyle of targeted audiences. On a side of this world, every sector is highly influenced with the technological growth and is implementing it in some or other way. This is a fast paced era where every sector is moving at a fastest speed and to intact the operations they need finance technology which can match up their speed and serve them with an instantaneous result. In olden day customers were habitual of going door to door and searching for the best solution for their requirements.

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A complete guide of BFSI

BFSI stands for Banking, Financial and Insurance sector. Generally, it represents a major portion of the Indian economy which comprises of all Banking Insurance and Non-banking institutions.

India, as a developing nation have always fostered the positives for the BFSI sector to flourish at an appreciable pace. Banking is one of the pillar components of the BFSI industry. It comprises of the following structure:

Public Sector Banks

The banks wherein the government owns the majority stake and whose shares are listed on public exchanges are referred as Public Sector banks. Many public sector banks are merged under single pre-existing bank.

Private Sector Banks

The banks where the majority stake is controlled by private shareholders are known as Private sector banks. In India there are around 22 active Private Sector Banks. Some of these banks are ICICI bank, Axis Bank.