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Postcard From The Digital Banking Summit

Posted by Michael Carter on Wed, Jun 22, 2016 @ 11:06 AM

Small Data and the Digital Lag in the US

This year's Digital Banking Summit (DBS) was held in New Orleans. Anyone who visits New Orleans regularly knows that one NEVER comes to the city after April or before October. During DBS temperatures hit 90+ degrees with roughly the same number for the relative humidity giving us a heat index of 105. The fact that SourceOne held this conference in these conditions might actually be a cagey strategy to insure attendance because no one in their right mind would actually go outside.

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Topics: data, big banks, Jim Marous, Digital Banking Summit

Pivotal Moment in Digital Banking

Posted by Michael Carter on Tue, May 31, 2016 @ 14:05 PM

 

Editors Note: We have a reached a pivotal moment in digital banking. Regional and Midsized banks have to decide whether they are going to try and keep up with the big banks who are attracting the digital savvy user or get left behind.  If these banks want to continue to stay relevant, they will need to adopt digital strategies that replace their current "me too" offerings.

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Topics: digital banking, Amazon-like, big banks, regional and midsize

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