Retail Banks of the Future: For Customers, Not Bankers!
Published June 20, 2012
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    Bankers, listen up: It’s not about YOU anymore. Customers are demanding a hassle-free experience, convenience, faster transaction processing, fair fees. Gone are the days of luring them with a free toaster. Two recent blogs tell the story: “4 Reasons Why Bankers Should Think Like Retailers” and “Stop Running Banks for Bankers—Run Them for Customers.” What do the experts say? Javelin’s James Van Dyke: “In today’s increasingly always-on and real-time world, people increasingly want more control of their own ability to manage, monitor and move their money.” SAP’s Tom McAllister, former CIO, Bank of Ireland U.S. Holdings: ”The current state of flux makes this an excellent time to give the systems of the 1980s and 1990s a decent burial.” SAP’s Carl Snyder: “The revenue train may have left the station, but there is still ample opportunity to drive revenue growth and grow the ever-allusive wallet share that bankers crave.” Join us for Retail Banks of the Future: For Customers, Not Bankers!
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