How Traditional Banks Should Work in Smart City

  title={How Traditional Banks Should Work in Smart City},
  author={Marina A. Makarchenko and Sofiia Nerkararian and Irina A. Shmeleva},
Smart and sustainable cities use information and communication technologies to improve quality of life. Smart economy and digitalization of banking are the core issues of this trend. New technologies are profoundly changing the strategic context of the financial business and communication by changing customers’ attitude and expectations, the nature of competition and business conduct. The progress of ICT services all over the world is different and is underdeveloped in some countries and… 
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