Increasingly, technological and market-driven issues in the financial industry are returning to focus.
New technologies such as blockchain or approaches in the area of big data and machine learning have to be evaluated and possibly used.
In addition, new providers are entering the market, making financial services competitors or wanting to cooperate. In this context, the term "FinTech" is often called.
Complex questions regarding the impact on the business model, how to deploy new technologies within an existing IT infrastructure, and how to respond to changes in the market, now emerge.
Questions arise, such as: Which trends and developments are there in the market? Where can we cooperate with startups? What effects do specific technologies have on the business model? Should appropriate know-how be built up internally? How are we agile despite existing infrastructure?
To help you with these questions we have created d-fine next . Under this label we accompany you in the analysis of the market, the development of an innovation strategy, the selection and integration of suitable partners, the in-house implementation even up to the joint foundation of a start-up (co-founding).