Technology

Technology

Research study
October 29, 2018
Andrew Vahrenkamp
Price: 
$1,500.00

Self-Drive My Car: Buying and Financing in an Uber World, investigates how changing technology will impact consumer behavior for buying and financing cars and what those changes mean for financial institutions.

Auto financing is a critical part of many financial institutions’ lending business, yet long-term trends in technology and consumer behavior will continue to decrease demand for new purchases, while competition only increases. 

Research study
August 1, 2018
Andrew Vahrenkamp
Price: 
$1,500.00

From mobile payments to cryptocurrencies, from wearables to virtual assistants, technology is changing how consumers bank and transact. By identifying how other industries have felt disruption, financial institutions can help understand their own risk. This 48 page study looks at various technology innovations and identifies strategic opportunities for banks and credit unions seeking to ride the wave of disruption rather than being swept under.

Research study
February 26, 2018
Lynne Cornelison
Price: 
$1,500.00

Today’s Hispanic/Latino population is the largest minority population in the United States. Hispanic origin individuals account for almost one out of every five individuals in the United States. As the U.S. continues to become more racially and ethnically diverse, financial institutions need to recognize that the Hispanic/Latino population is not homogeneous.

Research study
August 17, 2017
Greg Ulankiewicz
Price: 
$1,500.00

As smartphones and tablets become more ubiquitous, the constant connectivity offered by these mobile devices offers consumers a widening array of capabilities and functionality. These devices are reshaping the human experience and empowering users in many areas of their lives.

Raddon’s latest study recognizes the impact that this technology has had on the banking industry and discusses the new challenges and opportunities for financial institutions, as customer expectations are transformed and the traditional banking business model is further disrupted.

Research study
February 15, 2017
Pat Bator
Price: 
$750.00

With the dramatic increase in mobile and online banking in the last decade, institutions are playing catch up with changing technology and consumers’ inclinations. Consumers want all the accessibility of mobile delivery channels but also expect the same level of personal service they have long enjoyed at branches.

This 33 page study explores and provides tactical insights on how financial institutions can adapt to this new landscape by building scaled networks that support customers, curtail the cost of delivery, and sustain the business model.