The main difficulty that content providers face is ensuring that their content is tailored to the market and location, as well as the individual subscriber’s preferences, to prevent it from becoming an annoyance to the subscriber. As the demand for video entertainment increases, so does the need for a superior quality experience (QoE), particularly when viewers are paying a premium or when advertising is involved, as advertisers aim to create a favorable impression.
Almost all players who entered into payments in arena of FinTech domain are actually coming out of this game park with zero or no knowledge. This is giving too much innovation to put idea on table but takes longer to make it reality. Technical companies entering financial domain and making it interesting by doing technical integration, or “fintegration”, of fintech services, the latter interfacing directly to bank customers for
“Banking is needed not the banks, Fintech is killing banks, not the banking”. Banks need to accept change, become Fintech partners and it’s time to come out of their 100-year sleeping mind/blindfolded approach to customer’s banking need otherwise banking will only survive but not banks any more. Since the mobile payment era has just started, it is still too early to answer this point and nominate the winner, we will need to wait and see how it will go but I think we will somehow end in a stalemate, which is not at all pleasing for one type of role.