Financial Services

From the Summer 2015 issue of OnWindows magazine

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Introduction: Karen Cone, General Manager Worldwide Financial Services Sector, Microsoft

Across the industry, banks are transforming how they deliver new value and connected experiences to thrive in the digital age. They seek to deliver more value to customers through insights and relevant offers by engaging them in natural, highly personal and innovative ways throughout the customer journey, to drive increased relevance, loyalty and profitability.

Find out more about Microsoft’s vision for the digital bank on page 72. You can also hear from industry thought leader Brett King on what traditional banks must do to avoid becoming tomorrow’s incumbent record store. And on the back of this year’s Insurance Accounting & Systems Association show, discover how mobile applications are transforming processes for insurance agents and their customers.

Download a PDF of the financial services section of the Summer 2015 issue of OnWindows magazine.

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