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 At the dawn of a new year, one traditionally does three things : exchanging best wishes, looking back on what has been and looking forward to what’s yet to come.  On this one, AE Financial Services is  no different…

Our whole team wishes you a healthy, happy and successful 2019 and all the best in your private and professional endeavours.       

In the first edition of our newsletter, we take the time to look back at what a fantastic year it has been. A year in which we’ve work and co-created with you, our clients, to deliver your projects and achieve your goals. You’ll find an overview of all the publications and reference cases we’ve shared with you and, for those who couldn’t join, we recapped our Analytics Foyer in December.

So far on looking back on what has been, what we’ve accomplished and learned. New challenges for 2019 are emerging. As the brand-new manager of the year said this week: “the next two years will be decisive for the future of banks” (Johan Thijs – Trends).

Our solution & integration architects, our developers, business architects, functional analysts, product owners and project managers, … are ready and eager to help you in tackling your challenges, achieving your future ambitions and guiding your digital transformation frictionlessly.  

We’ll continue to share our view, approach and expertise via this newsletter and through our social media channels. We’ll kick off with personalization” as one of the top trends in our sector.


Happy reading

The AE Financial Services team 

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Looking back at AE Financial services 2018

What a fantastic year it's been for AE Financial services!

2018 was an important one for our financial services community. Having built up expertise in helping banks and insurers with their challenges in IT and business architecture for more than fifteen years, AE bundled its expertise and insights into a sector-focused service offer and started to share these more broadly and consistently with its financial services community.

Let's look back on the amazing things we've accomplished in 2018, and cast a glance at what 2019 has in store for us!

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Deliver a relevant banking experience to your clients: why does it matter?

For a long time, most organisations in banking and insurance were convinced to have quite a good view on which client segments they were serving and what their needs and expectations were. Multiple studies and reports though demonstrate new customer values.

In this blog post we explain why clients are no longer satisfied with products and services that are  “close enough to their needs” and what it takes to develop “personalized” products, services and customer experiences.

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Our AE Analytics foyer: introducing d-sides

Looking Back at our Analytics foyer

On December 11th, we welcomed 80 clients and prospects at our Analytics Foyer. The evening started with  a brief history of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning sharing some interesting insights in the dynamics behind the success stories beyond the buzz.

After the keynote, the guests got the opportunity to deepdive into 4 concrete customer stories: the approach, methodology and technologies applied, and more importantly the insights gathered for our clients.

This foyer also marked the birth of d-sides, a new AE brand, focused on delivering data-driven business solutions for our partners and customers.

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An innovation digest

Below we share with you a series of relevant articles on innovation published during the holiday season:

Looking behind the scenes, innovation stories often appear to be slightly less rosy than the clichés on social medial et us believe. In this blog post we separate facts from fiction.

Talking about innovation is one thing. The colleagues from Seth & Dunn, our AE innovation team, offer handles to novice innovators. They are experts in the right techniques to help you to develop a winning viable idea in a few steps.

Then it's time for action, for working out the valuable idea and, once you understand your customer’s needs, to experiment while keeping the following tips in mind!


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