Branch Experience Archive
The Lab lets people -- employees and customers alike -- experiment with new banking technologies by experiencing them firsthand in a uniquely non-branch environment.
Take a tour of Umpqua's newest location, brimming with mobile concierges, iPads and interactive touchscreens.
A collection of nine interesting and noteworthy branch design projects from banks and credit unions around the world — over 50 photos total!
Three out of every five banks have deployed digital signage solutions, and nearly everyone will do so soon. But how's it working out?
BMO's ‘studio branch’ measures less than 900 square feet. As banks build smaller and smaller branches, one question remains: How tiny can these nanobranches get?
A massive collection of fascinating retail branch concepts -- nearly 100 photos of a dozen different projects spanning 11 different countries in 6 continents. A must see!
It’s not a branch, it’s a digital banking showroom dripping with technology -- strategically situated in the middle of a consumer shopping mecca.
Summit Credit Union builds an ‘Inspiration Branch’ to help its members visualize their goals and dreams.
Wells Fargo's new branch concept -- what it calls “the neighborhood bank format” -- has a footprint one-third of the size of a typical location. Take a look.
Barclays is the first major UK bank to offer free Wi-Fi access in all its branches. They say it will help staff sell mobile banking solutions to customers.
This big portfolio of 10 branch design projects from around the world includes 32 photos and two videos.
This new flagship location integrates innovative technologies like touchscreen tablets and interactive motion-sensing video walls with strategic branch design.
A new PNC branch is so efficient the bank will probably be generating more energy than it uses, selling any surplus power back to the grid.
One of the financial industry's leading digital merchandising companies talks about trends, ROI and the future of branch signage.
A full-scale prototype -- built entirely from cardboard boxes -- becomes the branch of the future for Australia’s largest banking co-op, with roaming concierges and an herb wall.