Chad Whittenberg
Mar 7, 2022

Accessing data provided directly by employers can increase the level of certainty throughout the decisioning process and reduce risk of future defaults.

Whether you’re 25 or 55, you’ve seen a tremendous amount of change in the past few years in how people interact, communicate, pay for things and in what they do in their free time.

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While the local branch is still important for banks to build relationships, about 74% of customers now access their accounts and make financial decisions online.

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The buying process has changed, and the sales function must follow.

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Since its inception, the BAI Global Banking Innovation Awards has recognized innovation excellence that delivers actionable results in financial institutions across the globe.

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Most bankers tend be risk-averse and so they are slow to change.

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Having a world-class digital banking experience across any device is imperative today, where nine out of ten U.

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Business leaders across the board recognize that gathering positive and negative feedback is the most effective means of molding a service around the real wishes and needs of consumers.

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It used to be that bank CEOs wore their lack of technology expertise as a badge of honor: “Hey, I came up through the lofty halls of Credit; I don’t need to know anything about technology.

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Startup financial technology (FinTech) companies may be the best thing to happen to traditional banks in a long time.

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It’s an odd paradox: the financial services industry spends millions on title searches and title insurance each year, but has not been quite as diligent in exploring who actually owns the intellectual property behind its mission-critical technology.

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When it comes to selecting technology solutions and services, do banks pursue opportunities that sacrifice quality? It might be an unpopular opinion, but many times the answer is “yes.

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When it comes to cloud adoption by financial institutions, it’s no secret that the transition to the cloud has come at a slower rate for financial services than for other industries thanks to rigorous data security policies and stringent regulatory requirements.

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One of the central problems banks face is that, despite the wealth of information available to them, there is still much they do not know about their customers.

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In today’s digital economy, banking, like other industries, faces “disruptive” expectations from customers.

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Core data processing at one time was a massive and diverse business that included dozens, if not hundreds of organizations.

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2015 was a key year of change for the banking industry, with disruption and innovation taking center stage.

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Over the past few years, much has been written and discussed regarding “Big Data” – how to get it and how to use it.

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The Internet of Things (IoT) continues to be a hot topic, not only in the technology industry but also in traditional core industries.

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One of the hottest topics in investment advisory today is automated online services known as “robo-advisors.

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