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These four 2019 Payment trends will impact banks, payment providers and customers.
Rethink the cost of cash distribution. Listen to Perativ’s CEO Chris Chandler address bank executives and managers on how Perativ’s SaaS solutions can drive millions in value for banks.
Perativ's proven SaaS platform helps lower cash distribution costs for banks by eliminating data lags, while integrating forecasting, load balancing and treasury reconciliation.
Reimagining the in-branch customer experience has become an increasingly important challenge amid the rise of mobile banking an alternative payment options. Capital One's Andrew Winninger addresses how the company uses Capital One Cafes to engage with the local community, while maintaining a deep connection with local banking customers.
Leslie Martinez-Moreno, senior manager of user experience and design at CIBC, sat down with Tim Tang of Hughes, to discuss the role of design and user experience in the transformation to digital banking.
Tim Tang, director, enterprise solutions at Hughes, sits down with Gil Strickland, VP, product management at BBVA USA, to talk about customer expectations for online and mobile banking at BCX 2019.
Ventus Reduces Branch ATM Vulnerability and Improves Customer Experience
Blockchain can lower costs and increase certainty thanks to smart contracts and independent client verification. Watch our FinTech Minute video with FIS' Serena Smith and learn more about where the true value of blockchain lies.
Payment Providers can use modernized financial technology like a unified platform to keep up with the many changes in global payments.
FIS’ Marianne Brown predicts the three forces reshaping financial services in 2019. Do you agree?
Shift from selling banking products to guiding your customers with solutions leveraging machine learning and AI.
Trying to choose from an infinite variety of technology tools available to FIs can be overwhelming, Madhu Reddy, senior vice president and chief information officer at Republic Bank, told Tim Tang, director of enterprise solutions at Hughes. "That’s the reason my starting point is always, “What is the business problem we’re trying to solve?”
As director of technology at BMO, Kader Sakkaria asks himself two questions almost daily: "How do we create a better customer experience?"; and "How do we deliver it more securely?" At the Bank Customer Experience Summit last fall, he spoke withTim Tang, director of enterprise solutions at Hughes, about the ways BMO addresses these questions.