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Profitable Insights from Real-time Data Analytics Banks and credit unions struggle to make DDA accounts profitable. Recent surveys show that the average DDA account generates $414 in annual revenue, but only 40% of DDA accounts turn out to be profitable. By integrating real-time data analytics into account screening and onboarding, financial institutions can segment customersRead More
NOVATO, CA – Jan. 8, 2013 — Dragnet Solutions, Inc. announced today that it has integrated First Data Confidence Score in its Accelerated InsightSM identity verification service for financial institutions. Dragnet Solutions customers can now choose to include First Data Confidence Score in the real-time data delivered by Accelerated Insight. First Data is a globalRead More
We’re back from this year’s BAI Retail Delivery Conference in Washington, D.C. It was a great conference: good speakers, lively conversations, and lots of innovation to see on the exhibition floor. There was a lot of excitement about mobile. But in our conversations with bankers, we found that many institutions, large and small, areRead More
Imagine two banks that have decided to grow accounts aggressively. Bank #1: Open Now, Fix Later The first bank opens accounts for nearly anyone who enters the branch. Applicants walk in, meet with a banker, and walk out thinking that they have an account. Back-office processing for new accounts takes place in batch mode atRead More
In July 2011, the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) published a supplement to its 2005 guidelines, “Authentication in an Internet Banking Environment.” The supplement, which is available here, notes that Internet fraud has become more sophisticated in recent years: “Since 2005, there have been significant changes in the threat landscape. Fraudsters have continued toRead More
We offer financial institutions trials of Accelerated Insight, our real-time identity verification service. The form of a trial varies. We tailor each trial to suit the needs of the institution we’re working with. In this blog post, I’ll describe some of the forms that a trial can take. First, though, let’s review just what itRead More
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