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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 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 28, 2020 | by Scott Weston
Merely having a deposit-accepting ATM is no longer the most efficient, convenient or fulfilling option for transaction migration. It simply isn’t a good experience for consumers or branch employees, and the cost to FIs for balancing is cumbersome. Deposit Automation technology creates the best overall experience and efficiency for migrating transactions out of the branch… especially with the acceleration of our dependence on self-service through COVID.
September 21, 2020 | by Matthew Phillips
There is plenty of inspiration to be taken from retail-banking landscapes around the globe. It’s a landscape with a lot of moving—and still emerging—parts. But, it’s an opportunity for FIs to flex their capabilities and customer-centricity, and spend time critically assessing how they will evolve their offerings to meet the needs of the (as-yet uncertain) future.
September 16, 2020 | by Jaivinder Gill
Primary digital channels, such as online and mobile, require top notch service and can provide a personalized experience for consumers. But are you struggling to bring that same consistency into your physical channels? This blog explores strategies for modernizing your ATM channel into a fleet of hyper-connected, digital devices of the future.
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.