Tech-enabled relationships are the future of commercial and business banking, but digital transformation efforts require speed and transparency.
Banks can use rationalization to identify the processes that are digital-ready from the ones that will need to be completely overhauled.
Community banks could be the natural nexus for customers searching for bitcoin products — if bank leaders capitalize on the opportunity, according to a market report sponsored by NYDIG.
Real-time payments are where consumers and businesses are headed; it should be on every bank’s priority list.
A $2 billion community bank is going all in on banking-as-a-service, which is driving above average returns for the industry.
Banks that don’t offer modernized solutions like real-time payments, P2P, A2A, bill pay and more risk losing market share to nonbanks that do.
There are a number of paths to success in a digital transformation — and an untold figure that leads to failure.
Modular banking allows community banks to accelerate product innovation and compete effectively with larger financial institutions and challenger banks without replacing the core.
Community banks can use technology to bring commercial credit card relationships in-house, recapturing the card revenue and improving customer retention.
How will the heavy-handed and costly legacy payments infrastructure at banks cope with the rollout and widespread adoption of real-time payments?