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2018: what lies ahead for the banking industry? We expect to see a few large changes in 2018, all centered around digital transformation and self-service software.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a hot topic, and companies everywhere are exploring how this technology can help to enhance the customer experience. The banking software company Auriga has published a whitepaper to explain what the financial industry needs to keep in mind when implementing AI-powered chat bots.
The article looks at the current impact of artificial intelligence, the opportunities for the future and the steps needed to get there.
WWS Business Analytics Management (WWS BAM) is the Data Analytics application module of the WWS software suite.
WWS Cash Management is an effective and efficient multivendor and multichannel solution by Auriga that allows banks to manage the end-to-end cash management process, increasing self-service availability and reducing the cash procurement costs for all cash points, inside and outside the branch (ATMs, ASDs, TARMs, TCRs).
WWS Customer Management is an exciting extension of the robust and proven WWS Branch suite that fully streamlines the consumer’s in-branch banking experience.
There needs to be a major change of mindset within many banks about the greater role that ATMs can play in improving customer experience and services. The current position tends to be too rigidly fixed on offering a limited set of services and reducing operating cost.
Ad oggi, sono poche le banche che adottano una strategia digitale realmente integrata. Tuttavia, molte di loro stanno pianificando oppure già stanno lavorando per superare un’impostazione verticale divisa “per silos”, andando verso un sistema omnicanale. Il presente articolo offre uno sguardo sul panorama odierno della omnicanalità in banca.
Bien que la plupart des institutions financières opèrent sur plusieurs canaux de distribution et offrent une large gamme de services, peu ont à ce jour adopté et déployé une vraie stratégie omnicanal. En voici un aperçu avec quelques résultats clés.
Wenige Finanzinstitute setzen ein einziges integriertes Managementsystem ein. Jedoch wären die meisten es gern und viele gerade Pläne erarbeiten um Omnichannel-Systeme zu implementieren. Eine von Auriga gesponserte Infografik bietet einen Überblick über die aktuelle Situation des Omnichannel Banking, in Zahlen.
Now in its fifth edition, this bi-annual report looks at the competitive, economic and technologic forces shaping the ATM industry.
Il reste encore à ce jour un long chemin à parcourir avant que les banques puissent affirmer avoir une stratégie digitale vraiment intégrée.
Few financial institutions are operating on a truly omnichannel model. But most would like to be and many are making plans to get there. Here's a look at the omnichannel retail banking landscape, by the numbers.
Der Weg ist noch weit, bevor Banken behaupten können, eine integrierte Digitalstrategie umzusetzen.
Ad oggi, sono poche le banche che dichiarano di adottare una strategia digitale realmente integrata.
There remains a long way to go before banks can claim to be delivering a truly integrated digital strategy.
Auriga has launched its latest White Paper on the Internet of Things and its impact on the world of banking. The White Paper asks whether the Internet of Things is already a reality and highlights its huge estimated value of $14.4 trillion by 2022.
ATM Marketplace surveyed financial institutions, (FIs) worldwide and conducted detailed interviews with leading European and North American FIs and consultants to to better understand FIs' preferences in omnichannel marketing systems.
Is it time to say goodbye to the traditional bank branch? The phrase “branch of the future” is more popular than ever and in their latest White Paper, Auriga discuss what this means exactly in the context of the reduction of the number of branches in Western Europe.
As banks look to reduce costs wherever they can, they are removing branch staff and replacing them with ATMs and ASDs/ASSTs (Assisted Self-Service Devices/Assisted Self-Service Terminals). But just as important as lowering costs is customer loyalty, which is driven by customer service.