Articles: Financial Services/Banking
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Publicly owned banks need to weigh short-term financial results against long-term customer loyalty.
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First-quarter gains were below expectations, but outpaced growth in the rest of the economy.
Financial institutions must act as better consumer advocates by improving customer education and encouraging financial discipline.
Security is a huge factor in consumers' online banking decisions; being a standout provider may bring greater loyalty and higher revenue.
Large retail banks allow chances to garner loyalty to erode; the purely service-call model misses sales opportunities.
Marketing to this booming demographic takes more than just translating English into Spanish.
Consumers prefer the convenience and availability of the online banking channel to traditional banking.
Recognize and shower appreciation on those customers who really cover the costs.
The recent increase in interest rates is already affecting the spending habits of low- and middle-income consumers.
Caser Seguros keeps contact centers humming; Unisys and GenuOne to battle healthcare threats; FrontRange turns up the heat; and more.
S1 aims to transform financial call centers into relationship centers.
Financial institutions are noticeably improving their data management.
Nextance hires KANA board member as CFO; SAP announces strong U.S. license growth; ResponseTek signs large Canadian credit union; and more.
The CRM giant's acquisition of the electronic billing-systems provider aims to strengthen Siebel's stable of front-office offerings.
The research and information giant adds CRM to its host of services.
CRM strategists often speak of improving company performance by boosting revenue on a per-customer basis. CRM magazine cuts through the hype to examine what individual customer profitability can--and cannot--do for your business.
A new study cites high frontline employee turnover and the complexity of financial institutions' CRM programs as the primary culprits.
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