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Recording: Inspiration For Innovation: Considerations For Financial Application Design

by on Apr 24, 2013


Recording of the webinar 'Inspiration For Innovation: Considerations For Financial Application Design' featuring Bradley Leimer. ...

Recording of the webinar 'Inspiration For Innovation: Considerations For Financial Application Design' featuring Bradley Leimer.

In this Backbase webinar, Bradley Leimer, Vice President, Online and Mobile Strategy at Mechanics Bank and renowned financial technologist and engagement banking proponent discusses customer behavior and related design trends impacting financial application development. He explores topics that are relevant to community banking, financial services, and the changing customer expectations developers now face.

Customer behavior is changing. Expectations are shifting. Technology is accelerating this shift as it acts to alter traditional relationships with our customers as well as the traditional sources of revenue, growth, retention, and customer loyalty. We are moving away from a personal banking relationship to one where the primary relationship is that of utility. Banking becomes something you do through an application, not something you do in a defined location. And those applications better be well designed, because the banking model itself is in jeopardy.

What inspires your teams to innovate and iterate? Why are we not seeing more radical changes in financial application design? While we are still only in the middle stages of this digital transformation, the majority of banks seem destined to be left behind. With the variety of experiences available today, what can we learn from changes in design and customer behavior? What is the role of financial data and identity in this change, and how do we make the concept of big data become a personalized, more meaningful small data experience? If our experience design process were more like Apple, Amazon, Google, or Facebook, what would that look like? Where else should we look for inspiration?



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