A great customer experience is a balancing act between the independent, savvy consumer who expects self-service on every device and the innately social human being who derives value from seeing and interacting with one another. How do we balance the convenience of digital with the need for human interaction?
Digitally nimble fin-techs will attract 30% of traditional corporate banking revenue over the next five years. That daunting estimate behooves corporate banking to get moving with transitioning over to omnichannel. It’s a complicated transition, but there are tools and technology that can boost profit and help traditional corporate banks hold on to market share.
The customers have spoken – and in their mind, banks are all the same, focused on transactions, not relationships. Then there’s fintech and new regulations that are re-shaping the market landscape. These unstoppable market forces combined with customers’ dire indictment of the industry should be a rousing wake-up call to improve the customer experience before someone else does.
My friend’s mom is choosing a Christmas present for her insurance agent. As she puts it, it’s one small way she can thank her for going above and beyond during a time of need. So what was it that turned her difficult situation into a personal relationship?