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What we do

Mambu Advisory brings learnings from our 200+ implementations in 65+ countries to solve customers’ most pressing needs. We help customers wrestling with how best to use technology to enable their strategies, and bring our experience, analytical rigour, and a strategic mindset to turn ideas into action, and put them on the fastrack to results.

We work with diverse organisations, from neobanks, to Tier-1s, to non-financial institutions to solve their problems - whether they relate to designing a new proposition, working out to transition a legacy business to new ways of operating, or getting more out of the capabilities that have already been built.

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How we do it

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    Customer strategy

    Designing new propositions, understanding untapped customer segments, exploring unmet customer needs which can help create an unfair advantage in the market.

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    Commercial strategy

    Developing growth engines to help achieve revenue (exploring new value pools) and cost outcomes (simplifying business and/or technology).

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    Operational strategy

    Defining strategic realignment to create a new way of doing business and creating organisational muscle for innovation.

Mambu Advisory have been a great sparring partner to develop our proposition, both from a tech and a business angle. Mambu has gone further than your average IT platform vendor to make sure we got where we need to be.
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What we've done

Case study 1

Tier 1 UK bank looking to build an innovation strategy

  • The Bank had observed competitors launching more flexible propositions to meet customer needs
  • The Bank wanted to understand market trends in these flexible offerings, and what the requirements for building the most attractive capabilities would be
  • The Bank was considering if and how these capabilities should influence architectural transformation
Case study 2

Large Benelux bank looking to define a BaaS offering

  • A Tier 1 bank in Benelux was considering launching a Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) business, based upon preliminary customer research
  • However, the Bank had not defined the specific proposition, and did not have an understanding of practical implications of setting up the offering
  • Mambu Advisory was asked to support in understanding options involved in BaaS, and defining a concept that could be tested with customers