Working with you to achieve your objectives
Our virtual workshops are dedicated to working with people to give them the opportunity to explore what open banking is and how digital apps can help support consumers. It gives them the opportunity to raise issues and concerns in a safe environment and debate the issues that concern them most.
At DIGIMASS we believe that a well-informed workforce is key to how consumers can be transitioned to using open banking and digital apps to ultimately achieve financial well-being.
Workshops can be tailored to your specific requirements, whether that be focusing on your strategy for utilising open banking applications or on assessing the impact these changes may have on your business.
How do we do this?
Taking your agenda, we can work with your teams to facilitate the right outcomes, prepare them for organisation-wide cultural shift and help to facilitate new processes and procedures.
We deliver virtually using a combination of video’s and interactive discussions together with breakout sessions for more detailed review across topics.
Greater understanding of Open Banking and Digital Apps
Clear and concise explanation of why and how digital apps can positively change end user behaviour
Practical demonstrations of why it is both possible and preferable to enhance the customer journey through digital interaction with consequential improvements in customer’s ability to both manage I&E and benefit from on-going access to real-time financial data
Demonstration of how digital interaction can minimise the time used to gather and collate data for purposes of delivering financial advice
Ultimately what is important is that your workforce is informed, trained and prepared for the changes that digital can deliver and has a better understanding of where they fit into this new world.
“Insightful and thought provoking with the added bonus of being impartial”
“On a personal basis I have now started to use existing apps to manage both my finances and my spending habits”.
“Open banking is the way forward, but the topic is complicated – thanks to you we now know the art of the possible"