Deutsche Bank's journey to digitalisation
Digitalisation and Banking 4.0
The Digital Revolution is transforming every industry. Deutsche Bank understands the influence of a more digital world on its operating model and has embarked on a journey to becoming more technology-led. Our ambition is to be a leader in the area of digitalisation using the power of our data in order to understand customers better, make more informed decisions, further strengthen our control functions, and focus on our clients’ needs. This is a small snapshot of what we are doing:
10 facts about the Digital Factory
10 facts about the Digital Factory that you should know
- Everything under one roof: software developers, IT specialists and financial experts, as well as legal and compliance experts. They are developing, designing and programming new, intuitive applications and products for the customers of Deutsche Bank.
- Over 400 employees from 14 countries working in close collaboration.
- Start-up atmosphere meets Bank: Over 50 workstations in the Digital Factory are at the disposal of cooperation partners – start-ups and young technology companies mainly from the banking and insurance industries.
- Programming and design belong together in the Digital Factory.
- Flexibility instead of rigid rules: The Digital Factory has an agile approach to software development and uses Scrum.
- The first successful project was the “Deutsche Bank Mobile” app.
- Currently, the developers are testing new applications that use artificial intelligence, blockchain technology and automatic speech recognition.
- The Digital Factory and its employees are building on the foundations of our digital innovation labs in Berlin, London and Palo Alto.
- The Digital Factory and the innovation labs play an important role in enabling Deutsche Bank to evolve from a traditional bank to a technology company.
- First-class partnerships for the development and construction of a digital platform: Exclusive cooperation with Europe's leading start-up accelerator, Axel Springer Plug and Play, and launch of joint research projects with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
the open innovation platform for developing ideas together with start-ups.
Deutsche Bank is developing innovations in Frankfurt for the banking business and beyond traditional financial services – together with start-ups from all over the world.
How can we work in concert with other companies and thereby drive innovation within our own company?
How can we work with start-ups to jointly implement solutions that go beyond traditional banking services?
What does an open innovation platform look like and what does a start-up programme offer us?
With Fintech Europe, we have established a corresponding platform together with Plug and Play and TechQuartier in Frankfurt to implement this easily with strong partners.
How hackathons are changing the way we work
Deutsche Bank and Autistica develop autism app in 24 hour
Deutsche Bank and Autistica have developed the prototype for an app which will help young people with autism to understand and overcome their fears. More than 150 of Deutsche Bank's IT and design specialists from 7 locations across the world competed against each other in a programming competition (hackathon) to build a prototype for a smartphone app. Deutsche Bank will offer Autistica the competition's collective data and developments so that the organisation can win the sponsors needed to develop the prototype further.
"The prototype for this app is an example of how hackathons can change the way in which we work – how we build teams, tackle problems and use the skills of employees purposefully", remarked Kim Hammonds, member of the Management Board and Group Chief Operating Officer for the Bank.
Cash, electronic or online
Cash, electronic, online?
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Breaking down silos at the Deutsche Bank - Symphony hackathon
14 teams comprising developers, domain experts and students put on their problem-solving hats and identified problems and designed solutions to break down silos using the Symphony platform at the Symphony Innovate 2019 hackathon in Singapore on May 30.
Fintech stands for Financial Technology. This umbrella term includes technologies associated with financial services: from everyday mobile or web-based payments, account management, loans and investment strategies to insurance policies and donations. Big Data, Robo Advice and Blockchain are just some of the things which will change the world of finance.
All important banking and brokerage functionalities as well as Deutsche Bank branch and cash-service finder wherever you are. You will find in Deutsche Bank apps everything that mobile banking has to offer – whether you want to use the photoTAN procedure easily and conveniently or to always keep an eye on your finances on the go.
Our experts are there to serve you as competent partners in many countries and are always happy to advise you. Our products and services include payment and current account services, investment management and retirement planning, as well as deposits, loans and mortgages. more