Archive for tag: Analytics

What are bank’s requirements for next generation analytics?

December 9, 2014

Written by Banking Tech Today’s consumers have high expectations − and for good reason.  They have become accustomed to, and in today’s connected world, demand, anytime/anywhere access to the products, services, and information they desire and need, writes Ambreesh Khanna These expectations have carried over to their banking relationships. As a result, banks that wish […]

3 Keys to the Bank of the Future

June 20, 2014

By Jonathan Camhi   Three takeaways from a recent panel on how banks can stay relevant with customers in a changing competitive landscape.   The competitive landscape in banking is shifting thanks to technology, changing regulation and new players entering the market. It’s widely expected that the industry will be disrupted by these factors, and […]

Why Banks Still Don’t Like Small Businesses

May 2, 2014

Banks that truly want to ‘walk the walk’ in small business banking need to do the analytical and structural work crucial for success. By Charles Wendel In this hyper-regulated and politically correct world, many banks will not admit that, at their core, they dislike banking small businesses. With actions speaking louder than words, it seems […]

2014 Forecast: Tech Trends in Commercial Banking

December 30, 2013

By Jonathan Camhi Banks have launched new online and mobile products for treasury clients, but in the year ahead they need to focus on education and training to ensure adoption and strengthen relationships. Banks have been increasing their digital banking capabilities for commercial and treasury customers, but now they need to step up efforts to […]

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