The coronavirus outbreak has brought major changes to the way we work, where we shop, and how we choose to spend our free time. Disruption to society as a result of important safety measures and government regulations has upturned life as we know it.
When it comes to the financial sector, the adoption of digitalisation has become more essential than ever. Traditional financial institutions that rely heavily on face-to-face interaction have borne the burden of this pandemic with remote working becoming mandatory and only essential trips being permitted. Because face to face interactions have been slowed or even prohibited, the financial world has had to rely on end-to-end digital alternatives to stay competitive.