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BUDGETS, BOARDROOMS AND BRANCH OPTIMIZATION:


BACKED-BY-SCIENCE STRATEGIES FOR CONQUERING ALL THREE IN 2017

Presenter:    Bob Meara
Moderator:   John W. Smith
Length:         60 minutes
Released:     September 7th, 2016

Wondering how you can win in the boardroom and secure budget for branch optimization projects in 2017? Curious to see how your peers are doing in their efforts? Want research-based advice on what strategies, designs, and technologies best align to where the branch is headed? 

Whether you’re already testing concepts or just starting to gather information for developing a game plan, this webinar is a must-attend event for anyone who has branch transformation plans for 2017. Featuring Bob Meara, a senior analyst with Celent’s Branch Transformation research team, and John W. Smith, CEO of DBSI, you’ll hear the latest industry research on branch optimization strategies.

What will you learn? 

  • Valuable trends and insights from leading research firm, Celent
  • A review of where your peers stand today with their branch optimization efforts
  • The most common branch transformation mistakes executives are making
  • What technologies are most likely to appear in future branches
  • Research-based strategies, designs, and technology that align to a successful branch of the future

Who should watch?

  • C-Level Financial Executives (CEOs, COO, CFOs, CROs)
  • Retail Banking Professionals

About the hosts:

John W. Smith helps financial institutions push the limits to improve their revenue, brand, and branch strategies, working with some of the largest banks and credit unions in the industry. John holds numerous technology patents and spearheaded the creation of the Ideation Center, a place where FIs visit in droves to strategize “Branch of the Future” designs.


Bob Meara is a Senior Analyst with Celent. Mr. Meara’s research focuses on the branch and ATM delivery channels, customer analytics, and payment processing technologies. Bob has led multiple consulting engagements including several proprietary research projects involving financial services hardware, software and the impact of self-service on branch banking.
 

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