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At the same time retail banking has shifted from lending to gathering deposits. Consumer sentiment combined with this change in strategic focus means that banks and building societies now have a renewed focus on the relationship they have with their customers.
In particular, they are developing and implementing strategies aimed at addressing four key challenges: Its role will become even more important to banks. Despite this, the financial services sector struggles to learn from other markets, such as retailers, which have mastered best practice multi-channel strategies which deliver an accurate, personal and efficient experience for customers.
There is a preconception that technology and data will deliver this loyalty. It will help of course but for me, delivering what for many in the sector is a dramatic step change starts with a focus on people. Through training, staff should feel empowered to own queries and with the appropriate tools deliver a personal experience which solves a query first time when they can.
However it takes more than a motivated and empowered employee to act effectively on a customer enquiry, you also need to create the processes and environment in which customers are listened to. By understanding the root causes of avoidable repeat contacts and ensuring customer feedback is appropriately recorded and acted upon, organisations can ensure they have a closer, more personalised relationship with their customers.
A customer service function built within a risk-prioritised quality assurance framework is critical to ensure the appropriate checks and balances are in place to ensure customers understand what they are buying and have no barriers to switch, claim or complain.
Not only will this help rebuild trust and confidence but it will also help drive down operational costs as effectiveness and efficiency emerge. To thrive in the market, companies must place as much importance on customer service as their consumers do.May 16, · NewAge Bank - Customer forum.
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This is an unofficial fan page, created to discuss about this company. All rights. Artificial intelligence is gaining increasing recognition among bankers as not only an investment opportunity but a very useful tool within their own operations toward the goal of maximizing efficiency and cutting costs.
Beyond that, though, forward-thinking bank managers recognize the technology as a double-edged sword, with strong potential to improve the customer value of their product and. Key among initiatives launched is the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY).
Between and , due to the sustained efforts from the government as well as the regulator, bank account penetration increased from 35% to 53%. In absolute terms, million new bank account holders were added during this period. Over the past decade, the Indian banking sector has witnessed a sustained push in the form of a number of initiatives and reforms from the government as well as the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).
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boosting and incorporating new high-tech systems to make banking easier for consumers.