VR world lets you interact with your financial advisor in a whole new way – and actually brings "private" back to "private banking".
Managing money by means of VR goggles – not just spreadsheets – is like making the leap from analog to smart television.
You grab your phone, put it into a VR headset, connect the advisor, and ask her to show you how the market change—and possible responses—may affect your portfolio.
From the dawn of time banks invested in security and resilience of their systems rather than optimization of user experience. The second area is where more emphasis must now be placed.
Should VR goggles become as lightweight as a set of glasses, they're poised to become the next computing platform, potentially replacing phones and PCs.
Comarch Brings Another Level Of Digitalization In Wealth Management
As the world is slowly being captured by digitalization, from physically buying stuff to now just buying everything online, opting for financial services online, is not far behind. Introducing Comarch, a provider of IT and software systems, that is based.
This is your new virtual reality
It’s on. VR is here to stay in the entertainment world. Soon it will become a part of our everyday life. And over time it might just blend with the meatspace to the point where we won’t be able to tell both realities apart