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Jan 2, 2020

Faster, smoother, more-open payments systems are coming our way thanks to a little something called an API. That stands for application programming interface, which is what, exactly? You can think of an API as an automated […]
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Nov 6, 2019

The financial services industry hasn’t caught up to the technology just yet. But momentous momentum continues to build. The banking industry is awash in giddy talk about how artificial intelligence and machine learning will shake up […]
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Oct 17, 2019

The banking industry is awash in giddy talk about how artificial intelligence and machine learning will shake up how business is done. Yet on many levels, the promise remains unfulfilled, the revolution yet unrealized. The giddy […]
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Oct 10, 2019

The ATM was born just a stone’s throw from Swingin’ London in 1967. The first drive-thru pulled up moments after “The Great Gatsby,” in 1930. Two technologies, it would seem, better suited for a Time-Life documentary […]
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Sep 26, 2019

Digital transformation—the theme of this week’s BAI Deep Dive—is sure to remain a non-stop topic of discussion as the financial services industry bears down on 2020. But there’s no need to wait for a new year […]
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Sep 4, 2019

We all know that artificial intelligence and machine learning will magically solve all your business problems, while Alexa makes you a dry martini and takes out the garbage, right? Wait a minute—lofty promises and fanciful fantasies […]
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Jul 18, 2019

To be certain, artificial intelligence remains a technology that will change the face of banking forever. But let’s face it: Some hoped-for innovations (such as real-time marketing hyper-targeted to a single person) are still in development, while sophisticated chatbots such...
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Apr 26, 2019

Let’s say your bank or credit union wants to raise its customer experience game. What step would you take first? Balloons in the branch lobby? A cute email on the customer’s birthday? Or how about something […]
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Mar 28, 2019

Most American banks and credit unions are pretty good at advising people about credit ratings, mortgage rates, credit cards and so on. But what about advising them on health costs? “That’s crazy,” you might say. “Banks […]
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Jan 14, 2019

Mobile banking is exploding with new ideas from voice-first development, to putting humans back into the digital experience; to artificial intelligence and advanced biometrics. There’s even a growing trend for ATM withdrawals without your chip card—which […]
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Dec 18, 2018

In terms of 2018 attention grabbers, few in any bank marketing campaigns could match the appeal and impact of Ally Bank’s “It’s Payback Time”: equal parts feel good and get even. Ally took a shot at […]
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Dec 14, 2018

Call it the slowwwwww squeeeeeeze: Competition for deposits has produced tremendous force—the kind steamroller drivers would envy—as big banks, fintechs and smaller banks feel the pressure to collect the money they badly need to fund loans. […]
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Dec 3, 2018

Some banks think that after 10 years, they’ve got mobile banking all figured out. To which some customers might well reply: Not. By. A. Longshot. Millennials say that they’ll jump in a heartbeat to a bank […]
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Sep 28, 2018

With 350 locations across Oregon, Washington, California, Nevada and Idaho, Umpqua Bank is consistently hailed as one of the nation’s most customer-centric banks. But with the words “customer experience” practically tattooed on bankers’ biceps these days, it’s fair to ask: What...
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Jul 12, 2018

Once upon a toaster, banks wooed customers with kitchen gadgets, piggy banks and points rewards on credit cards. Some still do it. But the fintechs? Not so much, if at all. Toast itself is more like […]
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Apr 13, 2018

Not long ago, bankers tallied creditworthiness with a fat envelope full of papers they assessed over the course of weeks. Then electronic reports took hold, with the three major credit bureaus (Experian, Equifax and TransUnion) ruling the roost and brandishing...
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Feb 16, 2018

Technology has brought whirlwind change to many areas of banking. But how is fintech most effectively changing the marketing game? With big data? Machine learning? Smart content marketing? The story is still unfolding, but we know a few things […]
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Nov 3, 2017

For all the dazzling speed high-tech startups and solutions bring to the financial scene, one aspect of the sphere continues to run slow—relentlessly slow. International money transfers—aside from being unpredictable, error-prone and expensive—piddles along just a […]
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Aug 28, 2017

When the fintech companies burst onto the U.S. scene around the time of the financial crisis in 2007-’08, the image was one of young Silicon Valley and Silicon Alley techbros ready to put aging, creaky necktie-wearing bankers and their businesses...
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Aug 14, 2017

When the peer-to-peer loan service LendingClub arrived 2007, many envisioned a major disruption to end the bank loan business as we knew it. What next: Lending money on Facebook? (Talk about an excuse for consumers to […]
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Dec 2, 2016

You use electronic signatures these days just about everywhere: when you scrawl with your fingernail on a coffee shop tablet, click to accept an online contract, even when you type your PIN at the ATM. So […]