Many smaller financial institutions have become increasingly disconnected from the way people live today because they continue to operate on outdated technology that hasn’t kept pace with what consumers need.
QUEsocial’s solution translates Filene’s research on social media into actionable results, provides ROI tools, organizations say.
An in-depth look - complete with videos - at the Women to Watch selected for their support of the credit union industry.
No-cost online tool enables the trade association’s members to monitor what is being said about their bank and the products and services it offers.
More than one fourth of respondents in a CDW Corp. straw poll experienced a data loss in the past two years, the IT products company said.
LAS VEGAS — The research by Boston-based AlixPartners exploded on the screen at BAI Payments Connect 2012. Suddenly, out of nowhere, the availability of good mobile services has emerged as a top factor in why consumers choose to change financial institutions, reported Teresa Epperson, AlixPartners managing director.
Santa may have left a lot of tablets under Christmas trees last December, and for marketers, that could mean unwrapping a new opportunity.
Those tapped into the needs of Generation Y are encouraged that this segment of the population would be attracted to credit unions if they knew the cooperatives could help face challenges with their retirement goals.
Trusteer released what it predicts will be the five leading cybercrime trends in 2012.
A London-based consultancy has released a new report it said shows that social media channels are not necessarily the best way to connect with all consumers.