Dealing with Financial matters for many consumers is “fair to middling” at best. In order to make it less of a trial and thereby positively impact customer satisfaction levels, forward thinking Financial Institutions (Banks and Credit Unions) are putting considerable thought into the look, feel and messaging of their user interfaces.
Users don’t want to have to tap dozens of buttons. They want to push one button and be provided the solution they need. This is the ‘Bank of the Future’.
The message of the article and indeed in the broader market’s view of client/FI engagement remains simplification, which may be driven by personalization. Presenting timely and relevant offers is where FIs stand to best achieve close customer relationships. The path to doing so is the main focus of Mercator Advisory Group’s Customer Interaction Advisory Service.
Overview by Joseph Walent, Associate Director, Customer Interactions Advisory Service at Mercator Advisory Group
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