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We’re pleased to announce a new Dragnet Solutions Web seminar: Growing Profitable Accounts in Challenging TimesWednesday, May 7, 2014 11:00 a.m. PT/2 p.m. ET REGISTER NOW For many financial institutions, non-interest income remains flat, and regulatory burdens grow heavier by the year. Banks, credit unions, and other institutions all need to find new paths to profits. […]
Without launching new mobile apps or remodeling branches, institutions can take immediate steps to help grow profitable accounts while reducing losses from fraud and charge-offs. Here are 5 steps for making business more profitable and less risky. Run the numbers, and understand the cohorts in your customer base. You’ve probably analyzed your customer base, know […]
We’re pleased to announce that we’ve just certified two Epson scanners, the TM-S2000 and the TM-S9000, for use with Intercept, our real-time ID document authentication service. We’ll be demonstrating the two products working together in Booth #313 at BAI Payments Connect next week in Las Vegas. (For more about Payments Connect, see the official Web […]
Lessons in Core Technology, Integration, and Customer Security from the NAFCU Technology and Security Conference
Presentations at this year’s NAFCU Technology and Security Conference focused on a few key themes, which we came to imagine as layers making up a credit union’s IT environment, starting with a core system at the center, moving out to integrations with various other systems such as identity verification and account-screening services, and eventually reaching that all-important community, customers.
We’re pleased today to announce the availability of Accelerated Insight 2.0, the latest version of our real-time account-screening and identity verification service for financial institutions. A major new component of AI 2.0 is an optional extension we’re calling AI Workbench. This extension provides a live data feed of account-screening data from branches to the back office. […]
Prepaid cards are poised for dramatic growth, according to a recent study from MasterCard. Worldwide, the market for prepaid cards is projected to nearly quadruple from $210 billion in 2010 to $822 billion in 2017. That’s an impressive 22% CAGR. The US had 73% of the prepaid card market in 2010. That share will likely […]