CULTIVATE YOUR BANK TO COMPETE IN OPEN BANKING ECOSYSTEMS

ALAN MCINTYRE | August 23, 2018

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When an insect searching for food triggers a Venus flytrap, the carnivorous plant reacts within half a second to capture it. It doesn’t have to get ready for that interaction it’s always ready. Banks need to have the same type of rapid reaction when it comes to partnership opportunities if they are going to thrive in the complex ecosystem of Open Banking.

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