Giving customers cross-channel consistency is challenging. But updated infrastructure creates the right foundation for today, and the future.
Community banks looking to grow core customer relationships should focus on a combination of activities related to employees, customers and products.
With ‘journey mapping,’ bank contact center managers are able to view internal bank procedures from the customer’s perspective to improve the customer experience, say BAI Contact Center Executive roundtable members.
While exceptions are inevitable in any workflow situation, bankers particularly must have the tools to manage them efficiently.
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.
To compete in a digitized world, retail banks need to transform themselves into a center where customers can receive relevant financial advice and guidance.
A bank’s strategic priorities for 2016 should include building excellence in cross sell, improving IT management and determining how to partner with alternative finance companies.
Collection agents can not only help banks salvage bad debt but also preserve customer relationships that will demonstrate value once the economy recovers.