Customer Onboarding is a critical step, and the customer’s first impression of your bank…..
Increasing Customer Engagement and Loyalty by Designing Omnichannel Customer Experience across Financial Services Ecosystem
Banks are increasingly expanding….
Customer onboarding is a critical step in a customer’s journey with a bank as it leaves a long-lasting footprint in customers’ minds about how they perceive a bank. The rise of the neobanks
How should banks approach scalability, robustness and security expected by the Omni-Digital Customer?
WeChat, Tencent’s super app has been adding 20 million users each quarter. Currently, it has over one billion monthly active users. Similarly, Kakao Bank, one of the first digital-only banks launched in South
The number of bank branches have been on a steady decline worldwide. One recent report highlights the closure of 2868 bank branches in the UK alone between 2015 and 2018. Similar reports show
The rapid global adoption of smartphones and tablets has revolutionised our use of the internet like nothing before. As modern organisations look to leverage consumer support for digital devices, the mobile app ecosystem
Much has been written over the last several years about the importance of banks transitioning their business to a digitally enabled bank. A recent report by Forrester on The State of Digital Banking
For some segments of the population, mobile banking technology may still seem like a recent innovation. For younger generations, however – people considered “digital natives”, this generation has little recollection of a time
The acceleration of consumers using mobile devices represents how quickly society has adopted these technologies and the stress they are putting on traditional business models. This is represented by the mass amounts of
Over the past few years, the banking customer journey has been re-engineered courtesy of the rapidly advancing digital banking platform technology landscape. With this, banking incumbents have had several dimensions of change running
Banks have always been keen to embrace new technologies. They have to contend with extremely high volumes, zero tolerance for errors and instantaneous processing requirements, while at the same time pushing back against