Banking habits are changing. Consequently, the way banking services are provided must change.
This Checking 2.0 Guide will give you context and insight about market trends, consumer behavior, and peer benchmarks. By the end of the guide, you should have a better understanding of the direction that checking accounts might take (or are already taking)—and you’ll learn about new fintechs that can help you modernize your offering.
This is a limited version of the guide—download the full version here!
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Credit union credit card rewards can and should be a big draw. That goes for debit card rewards, too. The best way to get someone to use your card is to incentivize that use.
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Sontiq Adds Nationally Known Fraud, Banking and AI Experts to Lead Company’s Data Breach and Financial Fraud Protection Initiatives
Boston, Mass. — March 9, 2021 — Sontiq, the leader in intelligent identity security (IIS), today announced it has acquired award-winning data breach intelligence fintech Breach Clarity. As a result of the acquisition, Sontiq’s products – IdentityForce, Cyberscout, and EZShield – all built on its tech-enabled IIS Platform, will have the proprietary capability, BreachIQ.
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What is your take on the barrage of fintechs today? There seems to be an app for everything, a software as a service, a product as a service, a solution as a service, and even a Chief XXX Officer as a service.
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Podcast originally posted on DigitalGrowth.com
Every FinTech uses AI. Some gain competitive advantage. Others solve old problems in new ways. All see better results than their non-AI competitors.
FinTechs are creating the future.
Yet most banks and credit unions aren’t even thinking about AI.
Why is that?
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