Editor's note: Last week, D3 hosted a webinar on customer loyalty, local/regional vs. national institutions and personalization.
Editor's Note: Fintech partnerships enable smaller financial institutions to compete with bigger banks by providing the digital technology consumers expect. Learn more.
Editor's Note: As an industry, we have really only reached the tip of the iceberg as it relates to digital banking. FinTech companies have the advantage when it comes to being nimble and providing the services that users want/need. In the eyes of many financial institutions, that same nimbleness can also make them risky. However, if financial institutions want to keep up and not risk commoditization and/or consolidation, they are going to have to partner with these digital banking companies.
Editor's Note: In part two of this blog series, we take a deeper dive into the recent Forrester Report, "The State of Digital Banking, 2016.". In the blog, we discuss the premise of leaders vs. laggards in greater detail as well as thoughts on the origin of the digital disruption in the financial services industry.
Editor's Note: Many have said that technology makes our lives easier. When it comes to digital banking, we believe that there is some truth to that statement. As Thanksgiving wraps up, we take a moment to reflect on some of the digital banking technology that we're thankful for.
Editor's Note: Much has been written about the "Platformification of Banking" by Jim Marous, Ron Shevlin, and others. With the long-awaited football season finally here, we decided to have some fun by breaking down the components of a digital banking platform into positions to bring you the ultimate Fintech Football Team.
Editors Note: In this blog we discuss the growing opportunity that financial institutions have to provide their users with options for shared finances. In the Forrester report titled "Why Digital Teams at Financial Providers should Invest in Shared Finances", Peter Wannemacher goes over five steps that financial institutions can do to prepare their bank or credit union for success. We take a closer look at those five steps.