As checks go out of style in the consumer payments space, business-to-business and business-to-consumer payments still largely depend on the old checkbook. At least this is the case at Chase, according to Douglas Petno, chief executive of commercial banking. We estimate that our clients spend over $0.5 trillion on businessRead More
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For the past decade scrappy cash managers at community banks have been working their tails off. It’s time for the major outsourcers and innovative technology companies to do their part.
Our customers’ yardstick for rating their banking experience is Apple, Amazon and other non-bank players. We have a lot of work to do on the delivery front.
As financial institutions consider launching or reinvigorating their CRM efforts, here are four considerations recently learned from the banking trenches.
If bank executives continue to allow the dance of the uniformed, niche players are certain to gain share.
Open up your minds and put on your safety goggles. It’s time for the third infusion of Croal Dude’s words of wisdom and hope for the confused and the weary.
Three new apps have recently been added to the Intuit App Center, and they point to the advancing sophistication being offered to the small-office/home-office (SOHO) commercial banking market. There three new apps are: Lettuce — an inventory and order management app; Exact Online — a cloud-based business management app for smallRead More
Time for us to toast the mighty, recognize the innovators, skewer those who have rambled off the path of righteousness, and poke a little fun at all of the above.
When Brett King speaks, HSBC listens. Eventually. Author and CEO of bank startup Moven Brett King was surprised to find that his HSBC business account had been closed without warning on the Friday following Thanksgiving. He took to the phone, then to Twitter, where the incident caught the attention of industry watchers.Read More
As long as you let a legacy organizational model separate technology knowledge from business knowledge, you can be sure the Blame Game will continue.