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UAE – An App to revolutionize the business of FinTech firms

Friday, 11 06 2020, Category: Technology, Country: U.A.E
BankOnUS, UAE’s leading financial services aggregator launches a new generation technology-oriented app to enhance the customer engagement level and enable easy, reliable and cost-effective financial solutions to its customers. The launch is aimed at addressing the key challenges faced by customers and disrupting the financial services ecosystem.

With over 1500 product offerings in the financial services industry, the BankOnUs app deploys sophisticated AI-powered algorithms and places customer concerns at the core. Its commission-agnostic selling process provides transparency and ultimately gives the customers more choice, savings and control. BankOnUs offers a detailed pictorial comparison of products making the decision-making process seamless.

What sets them apart is that the app offers an opportunity for its customers to save all their financial products in one wallet, making it easily available and accessible. Another customer challenge that it addresses is the elimination of the role of intermediaries, while providing complete and precise information.

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