• Charles Wendel
    Charles Wendel Apr 12, 2019

    Where do banks stand in the digital revolution?

    Customers like the speed and convenience of digital and aren't going back. Banks betting on a gradual shift in consumers’ digital preferences do so at their own risk.

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  • Keys to Successful Multichannel Optimization

    Christopher Caulfield Apr 15, 2014

    Developing and executing a multichannel strategy requires foundational data to ensure that the strategy aligns with channel capabilities, customer preferences and the bank’s overall strategy and brand promise.

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  • The Great Digital Wallet Technology Race

    Amanda Smith Feb 12, 2014

    Will NFC or Cloud-based apps prevail? As debate centers on that question, alternatives lurk behind the scenes.

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  • Mobile-izing Small Business

    Frank Aloi Dec 10, 2013

    To attract more small business customers, banks need to elevate the customer experience of mobile banking to that of online banking.

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  • Scoring Remote Delivery Impact

    Daryl Jones Nov 8, 2013

    Bankers know that customers are increasingly switching to remote delivery channels, but many lack a scorecard for measuring the impact of these changes.

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  • Innovation in the Omnichannel Model

    Jason Bettinger Oct 28, 2013

    In today’s omnichannel environment, financial institutions need an innovation process that provides products and services to meet both the existing and future needs of customers.

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  • ‘Radical Collaboration’ for Product Innovation

    Robert Stowe England
    Robert Stowe England Oct 16, 2013

    At BAI Retail Delivery 2013, Bank of the West will detail a method of implementing new products known as ‘radical collaboration.’

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  • Targeting the ‘Unhappily’ Banked

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    Kenneth Cline Oct 11, 2013

    Former Wal-Mart CEO and BAI Retail Delivery 2013 speaker H. Lee Scott says the retailing giant has evolved from pursuing ‘underbanked’ customers to those who are ‘unhappily banked.’

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