Next October 15th to 17th we'll be present on the Credit Union Association annual convention MAXX 2019, along with our partner Tyfone.
Positioning in search engines is important. Search Engine Optimization often relies on keywords, and other proven methods that make your bank come out on search results every time someone looks for “retail bank”. But this often overlooks what people are really looking for on the internet.
Is the young person who is becoming financially independent really looking for the words “retail bank”? Or is their query instead something along the lines of “how do I open a bank account”?
If a potential customer is looking for a friendly bank, with an easy-to-use app, is yours there to be found? Or is mobile banking hoarding the best positions in SEO?
In a hectic month filled with conferences, we won´t miss the annual ABA Bank Marketing Conference to be held in Austin, TX, on the 22nd. to 24th. September 2019, at the J.W.Marriott.
And here is why...
The conference is the premier meeting place, sine-qua-non, for an industry that employs more than 2 million people across institutions that range from the largest corporations to the small local institutions, which holds nearly $17 trillion in assets, safeguards $13 trillion in deposits and oversees nearly $10 trillion in loans.
We're very happy to continue our tour to take advantage of each and every event, to meet our customers and the marketing community!
Next stop will be The Martech Conference at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston to immerse ourselves in three days worth of educational sessions covering key topics and practices about marketing technology and operations, to learn yet more about what marketing executives need to stay ahead of marketing developments in the age of big data, automation and personalization.
Have you seen the super agenda?
Topics: Digital Banking
We're very happy to visit San José, California on the 4th. and 5th. September to showcase Prisma Campaigns solutions at the Credit Union Data and Transformation meet-up.
The meet-up attracts the most progressive and influential credit unions from across the USA, bringing together executives, data and marketing leaders to discuss and exchange ideas and information about the latest developments in the field of data analytics as these affect their technical and strategic operations.
It is not so much a conference in the traditional sense as a platform where credit unions can discuss topical issues and exchange ideas, technology, experience and insights.
During the conference, we'll be discussing the following themes.
On the 7th. to the 9th. October, we will be attending the 19th. Finance Technology and Innovation Conference to be held in Hollywood, Florida at the Diplomat Beach Resort. The event is being organized by FELABAN, the Latin American Federation of Banks, and FIBA, the Florida International Banking Association.
However, the focus is not just on Latin America since the guests and the speakers come from a total of 35 countries.
Keep calm and listen to scientists
Many of our clients are worried by the prospect of being lost into oblivion in a world where every day more and more technologies are brought to the forefront. Data analytics and machine learning are implemented to enhance data the banks have collected in order to better understand their clients.
This, in turn, allows them to “know” them better and to tailor their services.
Some people still enjoy waking up early on a Saturday morning, wear comfy clothes and go shopping. Walking from one store to another, wandering around, trying on clothes, considering the options, talking to a sales person.
And at some point, with tired legs, to take a well-deserved break for lunch, hopefully holding bags with new purchases and satisfaction. But this scenario has become increasingly unusual. There's no doubt technology is deeply affecting the way we buy.
It was only a short time ago that we used to visit bank branches, use checkbooks, draw cash, chat with the manager and review our spending on printed sheets.
Then came the ATM, then the personal computer, then online banking and now most of the population segments are operating this, principally through their smart-phones. 70% of the population of the USA has smartphones and that number is rising.
Competition for small and medium size financial institutions is coming from all angles, from the tiny fintechs which originally looked like impertinent intruders and from the largest and wealthiest banks which can afford all the latest technology inventions, gongs, and whistles, without thinking twice.
How to catch up and keep competing?