FinTechs versus banks – the public likes the image of the small, innovative David against the big, ponderous Goliath. What is often disregarded in the process: the customer benefit. In Netzwoche magazine, we explain why cooperations with institutional partners like banks are important and useful.
Many banks, insurance companies and businesses want to become more customer-oriented, efficient and agile. But structures that have evolved over decades and internal regulations do not exactly make this development process easy. It is important for clients, especially in difficult times like these, to find efficient financing options that can also be easily operated from the home office.
The market for such partnerships is there
For our COO Dominique Hügli, the advantages were therefore obvious when, for example, the opportunity arose to cooperate with Deutsche Kreditbank (DKB). Through the cooperation, both sides want to drive the digitalisation process in the financial sector and better exploit the existing market potential.
Digital transformations and joint projects like these are always a challenge as well. It is important that everyone is brought on board, believes in the joint product or service and consistently follows the underlying strategy.
Dominique Hügli, COO von Loanboox
At the end of the process, with the “Direktdarlehen”, there is a digital product with which everyone is happy – especially the customer. Even more: the cooperation with DKB shows that it is worth expanding the portfolio for further strategic partnerships.
Interesting topic? Then read the whole article in Netzwoche magazine.