• Stephenie Williams
    Stephenie Williams Oct 4, 2018

    Three ways community banks can trigger loan marketing success

    In a fast-paced, frictionless lending world, community banks have their work cut out for them. Here’s how they can make the cut.

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  • Three ways community banks can trigger loan marketing success

    Stephenie Williams
    Stephenie Williams Oct 4, 2018

    In a fast-paced, frictionless lending world, community banks have their work cut out for them. Here’s how they can make the cut.

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  • File under ‘opportunity’: Attracting customers who lack credit records

    Eric Hathaway Aug 24, 2018

    Yes, there are risks to working with people with thin (or no) credit histories. Enter alternative data.

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  • Are you maximizing your primary account holders? Why cross-sell matters

    Rebecca Hellmann
    Rebecca Hellmann Aug 23, 2018

    Real progress begins when cross-sell not only embraces what’s good for business but what’s better for consumers, too.

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  • How one bank won the revenue game through the ‘sales hunter’

    Anne Brennan
    Anne Brennan Aug 17, 2018

    CIBC’s pilot program got team members in the field where they accessed clients easily and helpfully—and won their business.

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  • Making digital identity a priority to serve NextGen customers

    Ben Jessel
    Benjamin Jessel Aug 16, 2018

    Traditional banks may not be the go-to for some millennials and Gen Z. But as trusted, secure data repositories, they have an edge over fintechs.

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  • Podcast: Credit unions, community banks and the path to frictionless customer service

    BAI Managing Editor Lou Carlozo
    Lou Carlozo Aug 14, 2018

    Joe Salesky, the CEO at CRMNEXT Inc., discusses how the marriage of technology and proactivity can help banks deliver seamless customer experiences.

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  • Give the customers what they want: Less and more

    Patrick Sanders
    Patrick Sanders Jul 16, 2018

    Customers want face-to-face help with vexing problems and to be left alone to tackle simple tasks. But oddly, some banks can’t tell the difference.

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