• Tara Sporrer
    Tara Sporrer Dec 4, 2019

    Five ways financial institutions can turn traffic into customers

    Walk in your customers’ digital shoes when putting together a proactive approach that puts customers’ needs first.

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  • A core issue: Surgically replacing core banking platforms

    • Bob Reveal
    • Matthias Loh
    • Jan Muralitharan
    • Wim Geurden
    Dec 19, 2016

    Core banking systems take time and money to overhaul and replace. Often it’s best to proceed one element at a time.

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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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  • In a mobile wallet world, banks seek upwardly mobile edge

    Lauri Giesen
    Lauri Giesen Nov 29, 2016

    Digitally, there’s room in a mobile wallet for all. But every bank wants their cards used first. How can they make that happen?

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  • No small talk: How chatbots fit into your omnichannel strategy

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    David Sosna Oct 31, 2016

    In an age when roughly one in four apps are forgotten after one use, chatbots have the potential to turn conversations into customers.

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  • Why omnichannel must be omnipresent in the innovation evolution

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    Graham Lloyd Oct 12, 2016

    Customers will increasingly demand the ability to bank on smart devices as well as traditional methods. But many banks simply aren’t ready.

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  • Leveraging customer data through the core

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    Shanda Purcell Apr 20, 2016

    To improve their ability to leverage customer data, banks need to build a customer relationship management system directly into their core system.

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  • Rise of the super banks post-crisis

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    Nick Rose Apr 8, 2016

    Merger and acquisition activity over the past decade has transformed large U.S. banks into increasingly dominant mega-banks and reduced the market share controlled by smaller ones, particularly in major urban areas.

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