Banking-by-Appointment Drives Rapid ROI, Here’s How
The coronavirus pandemic forced banks and credit unions to pivot quickly to retool their operational strategies. Banking-by-appointment was deployed at warp speed to ensure customers had uninterrupted access to their trusted and knowledgeable experts from financial advice to account services.
Improve In-Branch Experiences and Physical Safety with Queue Management Software
In-branch banking has changed as a result of social distancing and customer preferences. But keeping customers physically spaced out doesn’t need to diminish the personal touch. Read how banks and credit unions can quickly pivot and accelerate their digital strategies to enhance customer experience.
Why Appointments Skyrocket in Pandemic Environment
As COVID infection rates continued to climb, it became clear that there would be no immediate return to normal. Banking-by-appointment, once a nice-to-have option, is now a critical tool to maintain efficient, safe operations and grow business in the foreseeable future.
Optimize Staffing During the COVID Crisis
COVID-19 has changed how every organization interacts with its clientele. Tasked with everything from new cleaning and sanitizing regimens to enforcing social distancing guidelines, banking leaders struggle to balance customer or member satisfaction and safe, efficient operations.
How Regions Bank Makes Customers Feel Safe
While many states are reopening or adjusting their restrictions, banks and credit unions must deliver nimble responses to demands from customers and employees for safety. As COVID becomes a long-term reality, striking the right balance between safety and efficient operations is key.
How Fifth Third is Sustaining Customers & Community During COVID and Beyond
When COVID caused widespread closures in March, Fifth Third Bank pivoted quickly. They closed branches to walk-ins, promoted drive-thru window transactions, and extended the ability to make one-on-on appointments to all customers who wanted to meet with a banker either in-person or by phone.
BankNewport’s Amy Riccitelli on Pandemic Banking and How Appointment Scheduling Made the Difference
Online and traditional media outlets have been well populated with stories of the ways that banks and other financial institutions have responded to the pandemic, and how, despite the disruptions to our normal way of doing business, have provided unparalleled levels of service to their customers.
Are Retailers Ready for Increased BOPIS Demand?
One trend that analysts expect to remain long after the pandemic subsides is the shift towards buying online and picking up in-store (BOPIS). That’s because the nature of BOPIS offers consumers a convenient way to shop while also providing a safer alternative to browsing in-stores.