Rob Churcher, from PwCs consulting practice interviews the CEO of Paycasso, Russell King. Paycasso is a FinTech business specialising in combating identity fraud through the use of innovative facial recognition and computer learning technology. During the interview Rob and Russell discuss how FinTech is a force for good, contributing positively to the Financial Services sector, focusing on customer needs.
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Paycasso is a FinTech business specialising in combating identity fraud through the use of innovative facial recognition and computer learning technology. Russell King, CEO of Paycasso shares the personal lessons he has learnt when building a FinTech business.
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Banks have gone for the quick wins in innovation. They’ve digitised the front end of their retail operations, offering customers online services through a user interface that is often impressive. Their problem, however, lies in what sits behind that customer experience...
In the third vlog in our series from the 'Our Lives in Data' exhibition at the Science Museum, we've focused on the transport section which displays the inside an Oyster Card reader and a 3D model of Bond Street station.
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By providing a connected home service, telecoms operators implicitly become the "guardian" of the home for consumers. As a result they take on responsibility for maintaining security in the home. If telcos can position themselves as the ‘glue’ supporting device connectivity, they can secure the right customer experience and their own future at the heart of the connected home ecosystem.
In this blog Virtual Reality Specialist at PwC, Jeremy Dalton, explores how retailers are currently experimenting with Virtual Reality (VR) technology, and how it could change the way consumers shop. He also explores the potential future applications and opportunities which VR presents for the retail and grocery sectors.
The InsurTech explosion is finally upon us. InsurTech has the power to change the insurance industry for the better, but will it deliver sustained growth for the sector? In this blog we argue that technology-driven innovation has the potential to be more than just about customer experience.
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The connected home market is a highly competitive environment, with diverse players – telcos, media companies, cloud service providers, device manufacturers and more – battling it out for a slice of the consumer revenues. In such a multi-provider ecosystem as diverse as the connected home whose responsibility is it to ensure security overall?
In Mergercast 56, an episode in our Strategy& podcast series, J.Neely, Principal PwC US and a specialist in mergers and restructurings with Strategy&, and Joerg Krings, Managing Director with PwC’s Strategy& Germany based in Munich, discuss the growing rationale for digital deal making, why it’s on the rise, and the M&A challenges when these companies get together.
Data is everywhere. And social media is just one of the ways we’re creating massive sets of data every day, every minute, every second. From posting a status to clicking ‘like’ – just how much are we sharing about our lives on Facebook? And how much do we want companies to know about us?
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