Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print FirstBank’s next branch won’t have a traditional teller line. Instead, the bank will have what is known in the financial industry as “teller pods.” Teller pods were introduced into the mainstream by WaMu (shown at right – click on image to enlarge). When customers enter the bank, they will be […]
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Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print Teller transactions at Erie General Electric FCU’s newest branch will be conducted “at ‘teller pods,’ where members and employees can communicate openly without the barrier of a counter,” according to the CU Times. Other branch features: Two stories 18,000 square feet Flat screen TVs Electronic sign-in pad Full children’s play […]
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