Chatbots may one day dominate CX, but for now these centers are essential for both sales and service as branch interactions trend lower.
Customer Experience in Banking
Articles and trends affecting the customer experience in banking, including digital CX, customer engagement, personalization, chatbots, virtual assistants, and customer journey strategies.
New analysis shows digital prowess stems not from asset size alone. There must be a culture that accepts change and client-obsessed mindsets.
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Actionable ideas for both senior executives and digital design teams looking to build intuitive and frictionless banking experiences.
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Data is at the core of digital customer experiences, but many financial institutions cannot access good quality information in real-time.
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Pushing research to regain a deep understanding of how both employees and those they serve feel about post-COVID conditions will help.
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Too much focus on process and profits over purpose is disconnecting banks from customers. Four questions provide the key to a culture shift.
Banks and credit unions are reimagining in-branch banking as consumers shift their post-pandemic behavior patterns and expectations.
People no longer are accepting sub-standard digital experiences from their financial institution, or customer care that lacks a human touch.
What makes a digital CX leader? Look no further than Navy Federal Credit Union. The credit union's SVP of Marketing and Communications Pam Piligian sat down with Forrester's Vice President and Research Director Harley Manning to talk Navy Federal's strategy, and what sets them apart from the crowd.
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Data-driven approaches to developing new ways to serve the needs of individual consumers can ensure survival of banks and credit unions.
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