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Digital Transformation and Fintech Strategies of JPMorgan Chase

  • Report

  • 52 Pages
  • September 2018
  • Region: Global
  • Frost & Sullivan
  • ID: 4629855

Dissecting into JPMorgan’s Aggressive Digital Transformation Strategies and Plans in Riding the Wave of Digital Revolution

The study covers the digital transformation initiatives of JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPMorgan) which has a legacy dating back to 1799. Since then, it has expanded aggressively with a number of mergers and acquisitions. JPMorgan provides both retail and corporate financial services to consumers, corporations, governments and institutions in more than 100 countries and jurisdictions.

In the study, the publisher unveils JPMorgan’s enterprise-wide digital transformation strategies and initiatives to become a “digital leader” in financial services. JPMorgan is doubling down on transforming its systems and expanding its digital capabilities so that it can leverage digital technologies to drive better digital offerings, services, experiences and value for its customers.

JPMorgan is highly committed to address digital disruption so as to maintain its competitive edge over its competitors such as Citigroup Inc., Bank of America Corp and Wells Fargo & Co. JPMorgan is also striving to prevent emerging Fintech startups and non-financial firms such as Amazon from stealing its market shares and revenue streams. Among the top global banks, JPMorgan has one of the highest technology budget. It allocated $10.8 billion for technology spending in 2018 with more than $5 billion being earmarked for new Fintech investments.

As part of its digital transformation roadmap, JPMorgan explores, identifies, evaluates, invests, develops and implements new cutting-edge technologies such as Blockchain, Big Data, Cloud, Artificial Intelligence, and Robotics. We have investigated on how JPMorgan gain access to these latest digital technologies, be it setting up accelerators and incubators, investing and acquiring Fintech start-ups or forming strategic partnerships and collaborations. We also looked into the migration away from legacy systems toward incorporation and assimilation of these technologies into JPMorgan’s business processes and systems.

JPMorgan has also transformed customers’ mobile banking experience via multiple revamps to its mobile applications with increasingly advanced digital and personalized features. Furthermore, we have looked into JPMorgan’s organizational structure in relation to digital transformation and represented it in the simplest possible way. We have also further explored the Fintech synergies, engagements, partnerships and collaborations formed by JPMorgan to drive the firm to become the world’s leading digital bank. Finally, we have handpicked top 3 things that incumbents should learn from JPMorgan digital transformation journey.

These recommendations are pinpointed and will get traditional market participants to start thinking about embracing the Fintech wave and help to defend their market from disruption. We have added an executive summary that brings all of this together in a crisp form, to help busy executives get the gist of the study and then read sections in detail that matter to them.

Table of Contents

1. Digital Transformation and Fintech Strategies of JPMorgan Chase
2. Executive Summary
  • Key Statistics

3. Business Overview
  • Geographical Presence
  • Business Performance

4. Fintech Strategies and Initiatives
  • Top Technologies-Blockchain
  • Top Technologies-Cloud
  • Top Technologies-Big Data
  • Top Technologies-Robotics
  • Top Technologies-Biometrics
  • Fintech Strategies and Initiatives
  • Branch Transformation

5. Fintech Synergies and Collaborations
  • Investments in Fintech Companies
  • Financial Solutions Lab

6. JPMC’s Pain Points and Challenges
  • Business Challenges Faced by JPMC

7. Conclusion
  • Legal Disclaimer

8. Appendix
  • List of Exhibits

Companies Mentioned

A selection of companies mentioned in this report includes:

  • JPMorgan Chase & Co