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Where is the ROI on Customer Experience in the Banking Industry?
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Yaldez4FSI
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1/11/2013 | 11:54:55 PM
re: Where is the ROI on Customer Experience in the Banking Industry?
Yes, there can be ROI in improving customer experience. Do you know why your online campaigns fail when reports indicate that your getting clicks and landings? Some simple tools can help answer these kind of questions and get quick ROI. See your website and pages for responding to online campaigns by seeing what your customer see, and experiencing what they experience. http://www.tealeaf.com/
Melanie Friedrichs
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1/7/2013 | 1:32:04 PM
re: Where is the ROI on Customer Experience in the Banking Industry?
Just came across this, great post. Think that-Accenture's survey (48% say that compared with a year ago, they have higher expectations of getting specialized treatment for being a "good" customer) reflects that customer experience is becoming a more important a point competition-- as locality is becoming less important. Love that you used Apple/Nordstrom/Starbucks/Amazon-- we did a survey of FI representatives on the 19th using just those examples!-http://blog.andera.com/posts/2...
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12/28/2012 | 1:27:05 PM
re: Where is the ROI on Customer Experience in the Banking Industry?
Technology solutions that improve customer interactions may be one of the best approaches to bettering customer experiences, improving loyalty, spurring cross-selling and generating growth.
Many banks are looking at new technology solutions that promise to improve the customer experience and build customer loyalty so that banks can increase their share of wallet. Banks are equally concerned however with controlling costs, so any improvement needs to help banks on both sides of the issue. Predictive technology solutions are proving to be a viable next step for banks to mitigate service costs, improve the customer experience and boost revenues.
One of the newest approaches is to leverage technology which anticipates customer needs. Predictive technologies use information from current and previous customer interactions and crowd behavior to present the most likely options to answer a question or solve a problem. The result is that problems are solved more quickly and customers are happier with their banking experience.
An added benefit for the bank is that the interaction is handled online or via a mobile app, which is a more cost-effective channel than a call center.
One of the biggest benefits of predictive technology is that it can recommend new products and services at the exact moment the customer is most likely to say yes G at the moment of truth. When relevant products and services are recommended at the right time, and the user is given an easy way to sign up, acceptance rates can be impressive.
Rob CEO
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Rob CEO,
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12/27/2012 | 6:08:37 PM
re: Where is the ROI on Customer Experience in the Banking Industry?
FI's still struggle to integrate channels because the focus is on integrating "products" offered into the FI's own channels,-as opposed to integrating experiences. Forget "channels" and begin focusing on customer "events" so it truly is focused from the customer's perspective, not the FI's. One great example would be integrating the mortgage experience by providing applicants access to online appraisal services, links to pay inspectors (and for the inspector to post his report) and provide pdf file of the written inspection, access to online property photos provided by either party, two-way online approval (by FI or applicant) process, online access by applicant's realtor to review closing documents/contracts, and electronic delivery and notifications throughout process to interested and approved parties. THEN, you are talking about customer experience!
So much is written about FI customer experience and it is really about the FI itself integrating its own channels - that is not customer experience.
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12/20/2012 | 7:17:25 PM
re: Where is the ROI on Customer Experience in the Banking Industry?
Banks are definitely looking at customer experience differently as they face competition from outside the industry
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12/20/2012 | 5:02:27 AM
re: Where is the ROI on Customer Experience in the Banking Industry?
Banks are losing out customer relationship touch-points to Retailers, Social networking platforms, and Telcos. Having already-lost out the Retail relationships to the Credit Card providers, they cannot afford to repeat the same mistake. Otherwise they will be at the receiving end of bargaining among various players of ecosystem, and lose out on a source of revenue.


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