How Tucson Federal Credit Union Is Blending Digital and Physical Channels to Improve Member Engagement
TimeTrade CMO, Lauren Mead, sat down with Krystal Adams, VP of Member Experience at Tucson Federal Credit Union, to learn more about their unique in-branch challenges, and their success in scheduling thousands of new member appointments with TimeTrade.
Financial Services Focus: Growing Assets Under Management, One Client Conversation at a Time
Financial adivsors interested in growing their assets under management need to spend more quality time with, and provide more personalized advice to their clients. Research shows that top performing financial advisors spend 40% more time with their clients.
Driving Higher Appointment Show Rates and Automatic Staff Alerts with TimeTrade Text Notifications
Text notifications are a great way to keep your customers and employees up to date with critical information about their upcoming appointments. Learn how to set them up to automatically deploy when certain time-frames and/or thresholds are met.
Fight of the Walk-In: Scheduled Vs Un-Scheduled Appointments
The benefits of online appointment scheduling for consumer retail, banks, and credit unions are well documented and include higher sales, loyal customers and members, and more engaged employees. But with most locations, there is a constant mix of pre-scheduled customers and walk-in traffic.
Increasing Meeting Show Rates – Connecting with Customers Before Scheduled Appointments
In today’s always-on world, consumers are in the driver’s seat and the expectation is that brands will deliver what customers need when and where they need it, whether that’s online or in-person. Learn how leading brands have turned to intelligent appointment scheduling with queue management tools.
Delivering on the We’ve been expecting you promise
We developed the latest enhancements to our suite of queue management applications in partnership with our customers—some of the leading brands at the forefront of customer experience.
TimeTrade Engagement Center: A Simplified Way to Bridge the Physical to Digital Divide
As online giants like Amazon enter new categories and seek to expand their share of e-commerce revenues, retailers have shifted strategy to boost their digital competitiveness. Given the growth of digital spending, more than 90% of purchases still happen in-store.