There's a lot of buzz about augmented reality wearables like Google Glass, but can this virtual tech be leveraged inside branch locations?
Bank Branch Transformation
Articles about bank and credit union branch design, architecture, interior design, branch merchandising, ATMs, video tellers, interactive teller machines, branch technologies, and retail branch experience strategies in banking.
Environmental graphic design is a retail trend that’s made its way into the banking industry. Check out this gallery of examples from bank and credit union branches.
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Design consultancy Continuum says their branch and service model for BBVA will help transform the way consumers do their banking.
Richard Branson continues to shake up the banking world with the introduction of tellerless Virgin Money Lounges in the UK.
A new study finds that recent bank branch closings are not yet reflective of changes in consumer transaction behavior.
Online and mobile channels are changing the way people do business... and the way financial institutions need to view growth.
Banks and credit unions can improve cross-selling and customer service by adding iBeacon technology to their branches.
PNC is experimenting with its branch strategy, testing different concepts to find a new solution that will meet consumers' changing need.
When consumers look for new a bank, they consistently pick institutions with branch and ATM locations near where they work or live.
It's trendy to say branches are "dead," but it's just not that simple. Here are 13 points that frequently escape discussion in the branch debate.
While branch closings are increasing, many more branches would be closed if there wasn't concern for public or governmental backlash.
We asked 12 bank and credit union experts a simple one-word question: "Branches?" The range of answers reflects division across the industry.
What impact do branch openings and closings have on revenue growth and overall bank profitability? Ron Shevlin explores it in this piece.
For three years, more banks had closed more branches than they opened. But the trend reversed in 2013. Does it signal a new branch boom?
Are branches still relevant? Or are they doomed to the same fate as Blockbuster and Borders? This analysis looks at three perspectives.
This streamlined branch model features an open floor plan with interactive touchscreens and a digital bulletin board.
Consumers say they'll branches as much if not more than they do today. But all indicators suggest the tide is shifting to digital channels.
Most consumers can imagine they’ll bank 100% digitally in the future, even those who love branches and check writing.
Video teller machines will cost jobs, protestors say. But their picketing won't stop the inevitable.
Consumers are reluctant to let go of branches. A national study reveals what consumers think about branches today, and why they keep clinging to brick-and-mortar channels.
The Lab lets people -- employees and customers alike -- experiment with new banking technologies by experiencing them firsthand in a uniquely non-branch environment.
NAB's first ever "Smart Store" blends iPads, interactive touchscreens and self-service technology together with "hip-to-hip" conversations.
Adults under 30 are less likely avoid bank branches than older consumers, and aren’t as interested in opening accounts online.