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What Are Next Big Innovations For Personal Banking?

6a00d8351b44f853ef0120a595e51d970b-320wiCame across some interesting paradigm shift ideas on how to transform banking on Innovation playground.

What are the next disruptions for personal financial services? Are they ready for a full “reset” ? Can they develop new perspectives fast enough and overcome their dogmas? How do we inject out-of-the box thinking and make them work within-the-box? Or can we re-shape the box?

Some interesting examples

iPhone check deposit. The military bank and insurance provider USAA recently launched mobile check-deposit technology, which lets users deposit checks from anywhere using an iPhone. USAA customers take photos of both sides of a check with the phone and transmit the images to the bank, which then verifies and makes the deposit.

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