Digital Trends in the BFSI Industry Amidst COVID-19 and Beyond

Digital Trends in the BFSI Industry Amidst COVID-19 and Beyond

Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance Customer Perspectives

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09-Dec-2021
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Global
Research Code: K69C-01-00-00-00
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The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the move to digital channels, the cloud, and self-service customer care so financial companies could take advantage of new technologies to keep businesses running sans a staff yet maintain a satisfactory level of customer experience (CX). BFSI companies are focusing on improving digital experiences such as digital customer and employee onboarding, online payments, proactive alerts, payment reminders, self-serve access to account information, and quicker loan approvals.

FBSI organizations are in the process of substantial digital transformations, with CX top of mind. Employee safety, productivity, engagement, and retention are also a top priority amidst the pandemic. Shift to the cloud has accelerated so that businesses can take advantage of new features, scalability, and flexibility. Self-service tools are being used more frequently by all generations; with the help of AI, they can be more effective and faster at handling ever-more complex queries. Security has always been a top concern, but with WFH being a continued reality, it’s front and center as an IT issue. Consumer trust is non-negotiable in this industry. The ability to deliver excellent customer experiences through mobile devices is crucial for survival; this means delivering seamless and effortless interactions and transactions regardless of the method or channel the customer has used to communicate each time they connect with a business.

Results in this survey are based on an online survey of 429 IT decision-makers in the banking financial services, and insurance industry around the globe.

The primary goals of this research are to:
• Understand the impact of COVID-19 on IT and telecom decision-making
• Identify the IT-related challenges organizations face today
• Monitor the status of digital transformation
• Assess the current and future use of business communications technologies
• Evaluate factors that drive investments in communications technologies
• Gauge IT and communications trends
• Appraise available IT budgets

Technologies covered:
• Enterprise mobility management
• Digital commerce
• Communications & collaboration
• Data centers & cloud infrastructure
• Digital marketing (omnichannel marketing, marketing automation)
• Customer experience (CX)
• Cybersecurity
• Enterprise content management (ECM)
• Enterprise resource planning (ERP)
• Internet of things (IoT)
• AI
• Digital visualization
• Blockchain
• nbig data analytics

Author: Alpa Shah

Table of Contents

Research Objectives and Methodology

Emerging Technology Trends

How Tech Trends Impact the Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance (BFSI) Industry

Looking Ahead—The Future of Banking

Fintech Industry—Aspirations Impacting Growth

Key Findings

Key Business and Digital Transformation Goals

Top IT-Related Challenges

Digital Transformation Success Measurements

Greatest Impact of COVID-19 on Organizations

COVID-19 Impact on Technologies for Remote Workers

Contact Center COVID-19 Related Priorities

Application Deployment “In The Cloud”

Cloud Communications Provider Selection Factors

Top Reasons for Providing Mobile Apps to Employees

Tactics to Encourage Mobile Apps Usage

Company Support for BYOD

IT Decision Makers have Data Security Concerns

Transformative Technologies’ Investment Factors

Key Reasons for Investing in AI

Risks Related to AI

Key Features when Purchasing Big Data Analytics

Most Wanted Features in Big Data Analytics

Customer Experience (CX) Priorities

Percent of Revenue Allocated to IT/Telecom Budget

Expected Change in IT/Telecom Budgets in 2021

Future Investment Priorities

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

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The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the move to digital channels, the cloud, and self-service customer care so financial companies could take advantage of new technologies to keep businesses running sans a staff yet maintain a satisfactory level of customer experience (CX). BFSI companies are focusing on improving digital experiences such as digital customer and employee onboarding, online payments, proactive alerts, payment reminders, self-serve access to account information, and quicker loan approvals. FBSI organizations are in the process of substantial digital transformations, with CX top of mind. Employee safety, productivity, engagement, and retention are also a top priority amidst the pandemic. Shift to the cloud has accelerated so that businesses can take advantage of new features, scalability, and flexibility. Self-service tools are being used more frequently by all generations; with the help of AI, they can be more effective and faster at handling ever-more complex queries. Security has always been a top concern, but with WFH being a continued reality, it’s front and center as an IT issue. Consumer trust is non-negotiable in this industry. The ability to deliver excellent customer experiences through mobile devices is crucial for survival; this means delivering seamless and effortless interactions and transactions regardless of the method or channel the customer has used to communicate each time they connect with a business. Results in this survey are based on an online survey of 429 IT decision-makers in the banking financial services, and insurance industry around the globe. The primary goals of this research are to: • Understand the impact of COVID-19 on IT and telecom decision-making • Identify the IT-related challenges organizations face today • Monitor the status of digital transformation • Assess the current and future use of business communications technologies • Evaluate factors that drive investments in communications technologies • Gauge IT and communications trends • Appraise available IT budgets Technologies covered: • Enterprise mobility management • Digital commerce • Communications & collaboration • Data centers & cloud infrastructure • Digital marketing (omnichannel marketing, marketing automation) • Customer experience (CX) • Cybersecurity • Enterprise content management (ECM) • Enterprise resource planning (ERP) • Internet of things (IoT) • AI • Digital visualization • Blockchain • nbig data analytics Author: Alpa Shah
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