Friday, November 20, 2009

What drives dedicated mobile banking professionals?

Contrary to what many people may think, the deployment and support of mobile banking systems is extremely hard work. The complexity and the tolerance levels of these systems are on par with the most complicated systems that can be deployed. Furthermore, these projects are often under difficult timeframes.

Mobile banking professionals are always under pressure, often out on a edge (because new frontiers are being crossed) and with limited support. Price pressures on many of these projects also mean that monetary benefits cannot be their main motivator.

Yet these special people almost always are full of energy and passion. They produce miracles and serve as inspiration to others. Why is this the case?

I know this is because most are working in this industry because they are driven by a bigger purpose: to help people that are less fortunate than them. Or to quote from the movie The Soloist: "The dignity of being loyal to something you believe in. "

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