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Top bank innovation trends focus on personalizing and digitizing product development and service delivery, improving the customer experience.
The marketing function at financial institutions is being disrupted by new technologies and tools that didn't exist five years ago.
The accelerating pace of technological change is the best opportunity and biggest challenge in the financial services ecosystem today.
Financial institutions in the digital age must build a culture that is willing to embrace risk and focuses obsessively on the consumer.
What problem do mobile wallets solve? From the consumer's perspective, not much. Which is why people don't see a reason to switch.
Small businesses would choose local institutions more often if they didn't struggle with a subpar mobile experience, lengthy loan applications and limited business products.
Millennials desperately need help managing their financial lives, but they are frustrated by banks and credit unions that could understand them better.