It is becoming easier and easier for consumers to assemble their own portfolio of banking services from multiple institutions and providers. How do you convince customers to remain loyal, and concentrate more of their profitable business with your financial institution?
2016 is over and INETCO is more than ready to help you tackle the New Year. Read this edition of the INETCO Insider Newsletter to discover some tips on how you can make consumer responsiveness a reality for 2017…
There is a new type of consumer that is challenging the banking industry. This new group is young, tech savvy, and growing alarmingly fast. Who are they? They are the Überbanked Consumer. Read this infographic to learn how you can win them over
Read Jane Clabby’s article profiling INETCO and how we are helping ease banks make the EMV transition by providing insight to (1) prioritize terminal migration to EMV (2) identify fraudulent usage patterns in non-EMV devices (3) provide information on why EMV-capable… read more
Peak EMV occurs when every transaction that should go EMV within your payments ecosystem actually does. Peak EMV matters because the closer you are to achieving it, the smaller the window of opportunity for hackers to cash in on stolen card data from magnetic stripe cards. So how can financial organizations close the gap between actual EMV and Peak EMV?
Dan Kusnetzky’s profile of INETCO in Virtualization Review looks at how INETCO tackles the problem of real-time data analysis in today’s increasingly complex data centers.
So what makes INETCO Analytics different than other customer analytics solutions on the market today? Simply put, our core strength is in our ability to make customer analytics easy for everyone. Here are some key product features that make this possible…
The October edition of the INETCO Insider Newsletter is out. This autumn, we encourage you to FALL in love with your transaction data…Read the INETCO Insider Newsletter to find out why!
the überbanked consumer is shaking up the banking industry on a grand scale and forcing traditional FIs to rethink the expectations and experience of a new and very different kind of customer — or face the possibility of losing more than one-third of their marketshare.
Überbanked is a new terminology describing consumers that are “over banked”. To win over these customers, retail banks will need to rethink their service game – one transaction at a time.