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Blog: QR Codes – Changing the Consumer Experience in Banking

Our Customer Experience Team recently conducted consumer interviews designed to explore changes and concerns with the ATM experience in a post-COVID world. By analyzing people’s experiences with contactless technologies, like QR codes and NFC, we determined consumers are not only comfortable with the adoption of these technologies, but expect to see them incorporated into their ATM experiences. Read on to see the key findings of these interviews.

Podcast: Get Closer to your Banking Customers not Further Away

We're living at the speed of digital banking these days, and the pandemic seems to be pushing the gas pedal to the floor. While the banking industry needs to continue to embrace digital banking, they also need to be mindful of how far to swing the pendulum to ensure they've got that equilibrium between what's best for the consumer and best for the bottom line

Mindshare: Open Banking Challenges vs. Benefits

If you hear the words “Open Banking” and envision a free-for-all where retail banking is commoditized and consumer data is up for grabs, the reality is quite a different story. Two digital-banking experts share their perspectives on the nuances of an emerging banking landscape hallmarked by open APIs and third-party integration.

Blog: Embracing the Future of Banking, One Branch at a Time

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.

Blog: Innovating in Uncertain Times: What Can Financial Institutions Learn From Other Markets?

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.

Blog: Accelerating Transformation at a Time of Uncertainty

Inefficient innovation is not sustainable – nor can it create the right value chain required for your business. Implementing a model that can offer resiliency for the future and flexible options for customers now is the only way to meet the needs of highly demanding consumers.

Podcast: Pulse Check on Impacts to Financial Institutions During the Pandemic

One of the most notable changes to combat the impact of COVID-19 has been the push to self-service and digital channels for critical communication. In this podcast, our experts share their thoughts on how these channels have been accelerated by the pandemic and what’s next as FIs transition back to business as usual.

Blog: How Digital Can Join the Dots of the Customer Journey

Focusing solely on meeting the short-term needs of customers is a missed opportunity. FIs seeking opportunity in the challenges of today will be using this new, more digital-dependent retail banking landscape as a springboard to reimagine their entire customer journey. Successful initiatives will drive cost savings, a sharper competitive edge, and, importantly, the best possible service for customers.

Podcast: Stacking Benjamins

On this episode of COMMERCE NOW, you will hear from Diebold Nixdorf CMO Devon Watson, who recently was a guest on the Stacking Benjamins podcast. Devon spoke with Joe Saul-Sehy, and was on their Friday FinTech segment, where they discussed the hottest new tech hitting your wallet, and the merchants you'll someday shop with again.

Blog: Is your Customer Experience a "Want" or a "Need"?

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.

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