• JON VOORHEES_Final
    Jon Voorhees Dec 15, 2017

    Five things we all get wrong about branch transformation

    Today’s game plans are as varied (and confusing) as diet plans. Here’s how a branch strategy veteran separates truth from myth.

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  • Branch banking 2026: From robots in the lobby to personal tellers on campus

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    Katie Kuehner-Hebert Jan 19, 2017

    Staring down the road, seven experts offer their visions of what bank branches will look like.

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  • From branches to big data: Five predictions for 2017

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    David Kerstein Jan 6, 2017

    So begins a new year, a new administration and new possibilities in the ways banks will approach business and operations.

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  • Coffee, tea or currency?

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    Edmund Lawler Dec 12, 2016

    Bringing back an old experiment, banks are reimagining branches as cafés, salons, even bowling alleys—all to energize brand and attract customers.

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  • Deposits, withdrawals: Five strategies to reconfigure branches, free up capital and fund growth

    • Guenther Hartfeil
    • Gianna Whitver
    Nov 30, 2016

    In an age of new channel investment, banks must restructure physical distribution and unlock value from hard assets in branches.

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  • Mobilizing the mobile future of branch banking: Self-service technology

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    Suzi McNicholas Nov 15, 2016

    Bank branches can do more to take customers out of the line — and streamline the in-person experience in the process.

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  • Another view of bank branch closings: When short-term gain equals long-term pain

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    Marvin Weiss, PhD Oct 25, 2016

    The divestment of a physical location wipes out valuable investment in staff, and close ties to local banking customers.

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  • Changing branches in a digital age

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    Mark Riddle Oct 14, 2016

    While increased use of digital banking interactions doesn’t mean the branch is dead, it does mean branches need to evolve to meet new customer expectations.

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