In 1994 Stanford Federal Credit Union was the first US financial institution to offer internet banking to all its customers. Since then, digital banking has rapidly adopted newer technologies to automate business processes and simplify customer interaction.
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There is more hype, discussion and disagreement about Blockchain than any other technology impacting financial services today.
In a blog post last month, I listed some of the major challenges facing smaller financial institutions. One of them is the fact that customers are demanding more and more. It is hard enough for community banks to meet regulatory requirements and battle reducing interest margins. How on earth can they keep up with the rapid changes in customer expectations as well?