Priyanka is a multi-disciplinary practitioner in the banking, risk and financial technology space. Backed by a coveted blend of robust technical background and acquired competencies in the BFSI domain, she can intelligently connect the dots between the conventional banking industry needs, customer pain points and contemporary digital solutions. She fervently aspires to drive innovations to the financial services industry - by leveraging disruptive technologies like Social, Mobile, Analytics and Cloud (SMAC), Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), Big Data, Machine Learning (ML), Deep Learning (DL), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), Internet of Things (IoT), Chatbots, Blockchain, CryptoCurrencies, Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Biometrics & Wearables - that would eventually serve to improve the overall financial inclusion & innovation.
India is one of the forerunners in Digital Transformation, and FinTech marketplace is at the heart of this boom. The breadth and depth of solutions across FinTech Lending in the country is impressive and clearly indicates that a massive revolution is underway.
In this day and age, almost every business is toying with the idea of “Big Data”, i.e. taking on vast volumes of data, surveying them using complex algorithms & predicting outcomes based on the past patterns. Everyone from Amazon and Google to presidential candidates are successfully using Big Data to further their missions - whether it is to precisely target prospective customers or to win elections!
FinTech is rapidly changing the world - as any FinTech enthusiast will tell you a hundred times! But what’s with all the lingo? Despite the brouhaha, getting what’s exactly happening can be hard. You'll find some banking terms, some technical jargons and some lingo unique to FinTech as a whole!
In the ever-evolving economy that we're in today, most businesses are pressured to perform with the limited resources available to them - which mandates them to continually evolve, redesign, implement and manage the processes that are employed to run the business.