BBVA and BMO Harris join Citi and five other institutions in an alliance to create a new bank account that puts Google in the driver's seat.
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To get an edge in attracting digital users, more banks, credit unions and fintechs are letting potential customers try out their mobile banking apps.
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Stuart Sopp, founder and CEO Current, says the Covid-19 pandemic was the launchpad for the digital bank. It already serves over a million active users a year, and is forecasted to keep growing.
Enhanced customer service and new product options are part of why financial institutions should prepare now for super-fast mobile networks.
Advanced technologies deployed by financial institutions post-COVID — like AI and the Internet of Things — will determine tomorrow's winners.
BofA's Erica leads the pack, but chatbot and voice banking are not just for megabanks. Community institutions are getting in.
Digital banking does not normally meet consumer expectations set by digital leaders like Amazon, Netflix, Uber, Spotify or Zoom.
Direct bank model's appeal grew during coronavirus crisis and points to need to improve online and mobile channels' ability to fulfill needs.
The 'test-and-learn' approach to decision making is key to becoming digitally agile. But few banks and credit unions apply it effectively.
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Branch banking has become the channel of last resort. Here's what banks and credit unions must do now in digital to effectively compete.
Many apps are growing slow and fat, says Forrester. Key functions must be brought to the top. Less-critical ones should stay on the website.
The first should be clear: 'Digital Rules.' But human interaction, delivered in new ways, is also crucial for improved customer experience.
Forced to move quickly to meet the spike in digital banking use, more banks and credit unions are closing the gap with fintechs.
The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted how people bank, how payments are made and the importance of community commitment.
Implications for branches and digital channels seen through internet trends through middle days of coronavirus lockdown period.
The shift to digital payments and credit card use prompted by COVID-19, plus better risk controls, can help community institutions stand out.
Many financial brands are falling short on their ability to measure impact on marketing performance and it’s costing a lifetime of value.
Should your institution establish a digital branch or launch a new digital bank? Both strategies can help drive remarkable growth.
Community banks and credit unions don't have to weaken their strong customer focus, but they must provide it digitally as well as in-person.