Archive for tag: Retail Banking

Survey: Three in Four Trust Banks Most for Payment Security

November 2, 2015

By ABA Banking Journal An overwhelming majority — 75 percent — of consumers trust their banks most to keep their payments safe, according to a recent ABA survey conducted by Ipsos Public Affairs. Banks were by and large the most trusted entity, surpassing telecom companies (1 percent), major retailers (1 percent) and alternate payment providers […]

Poll Results: Are Banks Doing Well with Technological Innovation?

April 21, 2014

What’s new from Consumer Electronics Show

January 20, 2014

Some of the ideas are out there, but shaping your customers’ expectations By Dan Fisher The International Consumer Electronics Show is my second Christmas, and this year’s record-breaking show did not disappoint. The Las Vegas mega-event showcases some of the greatest ideas that land on the shelf and take money out of your wallet. It […]

Mining for Gold in Your Customer Files

December 11, 2013

By: Trent Fleming A popular phrase you may have heard recently is “big data.” The idea is not new; the proliferation of marketing central information file systems in the late 1990s was really about the same thing: Institutions have a treasure trove of information about their customers and should be using it to their advantages. […]

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