If your bank or credit union doesn't offer online account opening just yet, here are some ways you can still provide a similar level of convenience.
Articles about how banking providers can simplify and streamline the onboarding process and the customer onboarding solutions needed to get consumers and businesses to adopt direct deposits, eStatements, digital banking channels, and automatic payments as they start their journey as a new customer or a client.
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Financial institutions looking to connect with today's younger consumers need to sharpen their digital marketing skills.
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As consumer banking channel preferences change, the best customers are using more channels to do their banking.
72% of of adults under age 30 who are shopping for checking accounts are also in the market for other banking products.
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48% of consumers looking for a new checking account eliminate at least one institution. Why? Four out of five cite a previous bad experience.
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Financial institutions need to streamline online account opening forms, not make them more onerous like they have. Here's some great tips to simplify the process.
Over half of people shopping for a new bank only want ones within 5 miles. But, one segment doesn't care if they have to drive 50 miles.
Marketers at banks and credit unions take heed. Ignoring players like Moven and Simple can be a big mistake that could leave you way behind.
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