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We leverage our expertise in digital innovation and open banking to propel your organization into a true digital transformation. Our team works alongside yours to develop, plan, and implement a digital innovation and open banking strategy that positions your institution for success in today’s ever-changing market.
Levvel can work with the organization to define or refresh the overall strategy for innovation and elicit goals both for the enterprise and products. We coordinate across the people, processes, and technology of an organization to create a lasting transformation that results in accelerated digital enablement and versatile and collaborative culture.
We facilitate 1-3 day workshops to assess the current state of digital maturity, or create a new digital innovation framework. The result of this workshop will be a detailed roadmap of the approach that best fits your goals, the innovation outcomes, and any enterprise transformations to be sought through the innovation process.
These information sessions can be held on-site, or via a web connection, and explain what Design Thinking is, why it matters, its use cases, and other tailored design thinking processes and tools to meet your organization’s needs.
Levvel can assess the open banking strategy within your organization, and deliver recommended product sets that align with the most effective target market and organizational goals. Additionally, we can provide a technical assessment of current architecture, recommend the target state to support open banking product offerings, and assist with designing and developing that infrastructure.
Levvel assists you with vendor selection for both open banking integrations, as well as cloud, DevOps, API and data manipulation capabilities to support your overall open banking strategy, thus accelerating speed to market creating a constant ability to adjust as the market evolves.
We facilitate 1-3 day workshops to create use cases based on your client portfolio, and build detailed customer journeys to provide a customer-centric approach to your use of open banking. The goal is to identify targeted opportunities for competitive differentiation and targeted solutions for your key customer segments that are specific to you as an institution.
We will assess current use cases based on your client portfolio, and build detailed recommendations on a tailored approach to your use of open banking.
We provide learning sessions on-site, or via web connection, that explain what open banking is, why it matters, its use cases, and other tailored information to establish common knowledge among your organization’s leaders about open banking.
Levvel assists your organization with planning the implementation of your open banking strategy by developing a product set for your initial offering, recommending target state architecture to support your strategy, and working with you to position open banking for success both internally and externally.
Evaluate the current portfolio, assess the target market, and deliver recommendations for an open banking product set that best aligns with the organization’s strategy
Assess the current state architecture and provide detailed recommendations for target state architecture that will support the organization’s open banking strategy
Chief Strategy Officer, Head of Financial Services & Payments at Levvel
Senior Director, Financial Services
On January 28, 2021 at 2 PM ET, join industry experts from Levvel and Bank of the West for a webinar on how financial institutions can be successful in the new world of digital payments and ‘Banking as a Service’ (BaaS).
Levvel’s 2021 Business Payments Insight Report explores the current state of payments management and how to make organizations’ payments structure less laborious and more efficient.
While adoption of The Clearing House’s Real-Time Payments (RTP) is picking up among financial institutions, its spread among businesses is still early.
In our recent survey of businesses of all sizes, 49% of respondents said they were uninformed about RTP. This gap can be filled by financial institutions, business process automation software, and even businesses themselves.