Thursday 14 September 2017

Sucafina, Panini and Institut Karité explain the power of co-design for corporates, and how it embeds a deeper level of trust with their banking partners.


Companies everywhere are facing new challenges as digital transformation and other technologies disrupt the traditional way of doing business. These can range from financing optimisation to supply chain management, but every experience is unique. Understanding and taking on these challenges is a key strategic focus for corporates.

Having co-designed solutions with BNP Paribas, three very different corporates – Sucafina, Panini and Institut Karité – explain why co-designing is such a powerful tool, how it helps them succeed in their strategic goals, and what long-term benefits it brings for both them and their banking partners.




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