Organic user growth for financial institutions continues to be a key focus across the industry, elevating the importance of frictionless digital account opening. While increased deposits and user counts are often used as benchmarks for success, financial institutions should expect that a robust digital account opening platform will add additional revenue.
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How do you pay a friend? That question has changed quite a bit over the past 20 years: moving from an answer of “cash” or “check” (or maybe a promised beer) to, frequently today, a mobile app. New data from Narmi shows a surprising contrast to the press releases from major players.Read More
A new bogeyman is again threatening banking employee jobs: the mobile banking app. Similar to previous rounds of automation, banking apps will make human bankers even more integral to the bank experience - what will be less necessary are those machines for physical cash. So fire the ATMs and hire more bank staff!Read More
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