Alex Bray, or if you will @stgilesresident has just written a piece for American Banker explaining what banks need to do to stand out in a digital market place.
To read the article, goto:
One suggestion for banks is Augmented Reality, another subject that Alex happens to be an expert about: for more knowledge click right this way.
And in the meantime, if you've ever wondered what Alex's least favourite corporate jargon is, I can reveal it's:
Saying 'delta' instead of 'difference between'.
Let's establish a cadence (which means let's have a meeting).
For a (near) complete list of all the corporate jargon you shouldn't be using next year, check out Julia Streets' The Lingua Franca of the Corporate Banker