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February 23, 2021 | by Diebold Nixdorf
Consider capacity creation, enhanced consumer experiences and the potential of technology trends to engage, retain and grow your customer base in the digitized, omnichannel era of retail banking. Explore new managed services strategies.
October 26, 2020 | by Oliver Chang
We’ve only just scratched the surface of what the cloud can do for the financial industry. To gain the agility to compete in the modern banking environment, financial institutions need to build and invest with the cloud in mind. If you’re not yet on the cloud path, now’s the time to create a roadmap. In part 2 of this blog series, we outline the steps that can help you get there.
October 19, 2020 | by Oliver Chang
The paradigm shift from a legacy to a cloud-based environment is a significant one, and fear of the unknown can undermine comfort and confidence, quickly stalling cloud conversations. But for financial institutions to nimbly deliver the kind of experience consumers increasingly expect, they must embrace the agility that can be gained through the cloud. In part 1 of this blog series, we discuss the misperceptions and benefits of a cloud-based strategy.
October 12, 2020 | by Octavio Marquez
From updated ATMs, to mobile apps, to virtual bank tellers, FIs are adopting new tools and technologies to drive innovation as they welcome customers back to newly-enhanced physical branches. This blog explores three of the emerging capabilities that may define the future of the physical bank branch.
September 09, 2020 | by Terence Devereux
In every consumer experience, security must be at the heart of it all—securing the entire journey and maintaining trust with the consumer. Protecting your brand needs to be a top priority. Whether you take this on by yourself or you leverage a partner to carry some of the load – the table stakes are high and you need the right tools and partner to win.
July 27, 2020 | by Jeff Bender
Microservices architecture enables a whole new landscape of specialty functions within standard app frameworks. Rather than doing a “rip and replace” of their entire app, FIs are finding niche third-party partners that provide open-based services—solutions that plug in to their existing apps without any disruption in the consumer experience. Some of the most common things we see are personal finance management (PFM) tools, remote check-deposit capture, card control, bill pay, and innovative identity verification solutions.
July 08, 2020 | by Simon Powley
There are four critical areas FI's should focus on post-pandemic and determine what technology investments will provide adequate ROI. It's not about how advanced or impressive your technology is, but whether your customers and branch employees are cared for and collectively benefiting from it.
June 15, 2020 | by Danielle Peavy-Belcher
Consumers expect to do just about everything on the channel of their choice, which increasingly means one thing: mobile. Research results identified mobile technology as the number one factor that will have the greatest impact on the ATM industry globally. Many millennial's rarely care about products; rather, they are looking at how banks can meet expectations in-context, at the right moment, and on a customer's preferred endpoint.
May 27, 2020 | by Diebold Nixdorf
The crisis has had a major impact on the way people pay and bank. Financial institutions (FIs) have needed to react quickly to offer banking services across their network of touchpoints, engage appropriately with clients and staff and at the same time keep operating in an efficient manner. Let's look at some potential realities in the "new normal," in the short term, near mid-term, and long-term within the banking industry.
May 14, 2020 | by Jeff Bender
What would drive the ATM customer experience to the next level of convenience and potentially give financial institutions (FIs) innovative value and utility from their mobile app? Two words: cardless transactions.
April 27, 2020 | by Jeff Bender
Now more than ever the need to bridge the physical and digital channels, while simultaneously personalizing the experience is upon us. Lets examine ways that we can.