A number of financial institutions have dismissed (or at least deferred) mobile app access as a critical business requirement for today’s consumer. However, with the ubiquity of smartphones, mobile apps have become a dominant method for accessing products and services. The future will increasingly be dependent on consumer interactions on mobile devices.
Inside the Vault: The Future of Mobile Banking
A number of financial institutions have dismissed (or at least deferred) mobile app access as a critical business requirement for today’s consumer.
- Consumers are eager to embrace mobile, and if nancial institutions have an app, they will use it with enthusiasm.
- Financial institutions that aren’t mobile yet – which accounts for a large percentage of the industry – are cutting themselves o from a key user demographic and revenue potential.
- To encourage the adoption of mobile banking, nancial institutions must qualitatively and quantitatively understand the complete customer experience.
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