Contributor : Amber Buker
A partnership with one of the biggest names in tech insulated this community bank from competition with a major mortgage disruptor.
Amber Buker shares what you should keep in mind as your bank develops and executes its technology strategy.
Technology and big data make it possible for banks to scale consumer loans to profitability.
Banks are partnering with fintechs to create credit card programs for niche customer segments that translate to revenue and long-term loyalty.
One bank is attracting and assessing recruits with a surprising new technology.
Betting on a newer technology provider has its risks but, under the right conditions, the rewards can pay off.
New models for growing deposits may mean backburning a bank’s brand, but create big opportunities for new business lines and customer segments.
Three key features separate modern cores from the legacy systems that dominate the U.S. market today.
One bank eliminated card-not-present fraud, reached new customers and increased revenues through technology that changes a card’s security credentials.
The pace of regulatory change in banking continues to speed up even with the recent trend of deregulation. As banks work to keep pace, regulatory change management technology is positioned to lighten their load.