MEDIA ALERT: (Webinar) Trust over Tools: How to Stop Misinterpreting Consumer Desires to Satisfy Customers
Press Release: January 12, 2021
WHAT: Learn how your financial institution can attract and retain customers as we enter the next generation of banking services in this free webinar presented by EPAM and Finextra.
- How can banks better serve and better target their customers' need for social interaction? Can digital channels and modern conversational interfaces replace and supplement interaction via physical branches?
- Is the traditional banking app's time over? Have digital banking apps under-delivered, and what comes next?
- What role does trust play in deciding to decrease, increase or even repurpose physical branches?
- Is low adoption for neobanking a sign of poor trust or lack of different value propositions in the sector?
- Where should banks be looking to capitalize and deliver the next generation of banking services?
Gary Wright, Head of Research, Finextra [Moderator] Panos Archondakis, Senior Director, Banking and Wealth Management, EPAM
- Carmen Podgurschi, Global Payments, Wells Fargo Treasury Services
Brad Scrivener, President and CEO, Vast Bank
WHY: As the coronavirus has accelerated the financial industry's plans for digitization, banks must understand the role that trust plays in a consumer's decision to stay with or leave their bank and what that means for the future of branches and neobanking.
WHO IS IT FOR:
WHERE: Online - Register Here
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