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How to add new value for digital customers? Almost all banks have encouraged customers to shift transacting from branches to the digital world. Although not all adaptation attempts were successful, they achieved the goal. Customers check their account balances and make transactions and payments in web banking and mobile applications. So how can we add new value for these customers, based on digital roots?Read more
How to add new value for digital customers? Almost all banks have encouraged customers to shift transacting from branches to the digital world. Although not all adaptation attempts were successful, they achieved the goal. Customers check their account balances and make transactions and payments in web banking and mobile applications. So how can we add new value for these customers, based on digital roots?
Electronic banking has moved most transactional operations into digital channels. The benefits for the customer are better access to their finances and time savings. For banks, the benefits are the cost savings - the number of bank branches closed in the past decade is 82,000. The remaining branches focus on servicing more complex products, such as mortgage loans or investment products. Are we, therefore, on the brink of a revolution in social communication, in which we no longer require the other person to make time for us to speak with them?
We are witnessing profound changes in how customers use banking services. There has been a shift toward everything virtual. From retail to professional services to health and education, almost all sectors offer all or part of their services online. Customers’ attitudes have changed, and they now prefer to have the option to take care of business online.
Cloud-based software offers a technical stack as well as the opportunity to engage customers at a new level. The borders between traditional retail banking and fintech companies no longer exist in today's financial landscape. Customers now have more digital habits than they did five or even two years ago. Customers want a consistent experience across digital platforms and touchpoints. They want the major functions to be right in front of their eyes.
Every day, thousands of customers contact bank advisors with questions about products they have or they want to hear about the latest bank offers and digital trends. These customers want to settle their cases in the most efficient way possible. Furthermore, their expectations regarding the quality and speed of service are rising consistently every year.
The rapid increase in interactions in digital media was an enormous challenge for the Banks, both in terms of organization and technical resources. The procedures for acquiring new technological solutions have also changed. The availability of the LiveBank cloud solution is a natural response to the changing and more demanding market environment.
Ailleron’s LiveBank has redefined contemporary banking by providing the financial sector with the premier communication hub, combining cutting-edge innovations with practical, reliable tools that deliver rewarding customer experiences at a fraction of the cost of traditional banking strategies.
Written by Piotr Skrabski, General Manager and Mateusz Grys, Customer Success Expert at LiveBank. Omnichannel. A word we’ve heard repeatedly in banking circles that still has a lot of clout. Its place, at the crossroads of “mobile-first”, “digitalisation”, and “customer-centricity”, makes it easy to see why it still has relevance. Besides this, “omnichannel banking” holds […]
After Citibank has selected LiveBank to implement innovative virtual branches in 16 countries of APAC and EMEA regions, we are proud to present the latest implementation in this bunch. As a key figure in global banking, Citi has decided to introduce Virtual Remote Engagement (VRE) in Hong Kong to make its wealth management customers' banking experience even better. An implementation took place likewise in Singapore - VRE has been launched on Citibank Online with mobile banking possibility. Furthermore, soon it is going to be rolled out in other venues in Asia.
Evaluating customer journeys and business models are more relevant than ever. Regardless of ongoing digital initiatives, human assistance is still necessary to make processes friendlier and faster to implement.