For banks to embrace it they must change the way they operate, according to Ofori-Boateng, in a way that makes the disruptors or disruptive technology work for them.
“This means being able to architect yourself so you are able to take advantage of the disruption happening around you and incorporating that into your services,” he said. “That is the only way to… very rapidly answer the emerging needs of customers.”
Time is of the essence according to Ofori-Boateng said, only banks with the right speed and agility will win out.
“It’s not just speed, it’s agility,” he said. “It’s not speed to bolt on something indelibly , it’s the ability to bolt on, roll of – whatever it is – based on what you know your customers want.”
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Darren Sibson is a contributing editor at ANZ