Trask is expanding and it faces new international technological challenges. That is why our foreign branches in Slovakia, Austria and Germany are onboarding experts such as Andreas Hestermeyer, new Consulting and Business Development Director for Trask Deutschland GmbH.
Digital banking products have more to them than just helping move your sales to an online form. What we are aiming at is pushing the limits of possibility – both technical and regulatory. Advanced technologies may transform some of the traditional approaches to banking products. Our ambition is to implement such new technologies and to pioneer the progress.
Natural language processing is another modern technology based on artificial intelligence. It helps computers understand human language – spoken or written – and extract relevant information. Full comprehension of human language starts with words, but there’s syntax and semantics as well.
Will the new year see an economic slowdown and crisis as has been prophesied, or is the economy about to grow instead? It will be some time before we find out, and this year's main tech trends offer technologies that can help banks to prepare for both scenarios at the same time.
Digitalisation is searching for new solutions to existing issues, says Filip Tománek, CEO and founder of Trask, a tech company with 25 years’ history on the Czech market. What was the IT market development over the past 25 years? Is the current pace of innovations sustainable? And what about the impact of a financial crisis on innovations?
Modern information technologies for banking services enhance digitalisation, improve client comfort, support legislative compliance and, most importantly, offer ready-made solutions that are available right now.
With the progressive digitalisation, stronger competition and the fragmentation of the banking market banks need to come up with new methods to attract clients.
The Czech Republic is a leader when it comes to digital banking services, and new opportunities are open for all of us.
The product creation approach, simply referred to as agile, dramatically reduces time-to-market.
The so-called digital business is fast becoming a mainstream, everyday reality.
The ease with which consumers are willing to leave their traditional suppliers and move to new digital services is forcing banks to adapt their offer to modern trends.