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Thursday, March 18, 2021
Caroline Vahrenkamp

The 2020s look to be a challenging environment for financial institutions. Here are five strategic takeaways from the 2021 Raddon Conference to help banks and credit unions navigate a path to prosperity.

Key Takeaways from this Year's Raddon Conference
Thursday, December 12, 2019
Caroline Vahrenkamp

At the end of this year’s Raddon Conference, I had the unenviable task of synthesizing into a single digestible package all that we presented and shared over the three days. The following is my attempt to summarize this amazing event.

Understanding the Non-Mobile-Banking, Smartphone-Owning U.S. Consumer
Thursday, November 21, 2019
Lynne Cornelison

Financial institutions are aware it’s ideal to have their non-mobile banking customers and members use mobile banking. Raddon Research Insights has thoroughly researched and published data-driven strategic considerations on the depths of satisfaction, loyalty and value mobile bankers bring to their financial institutions.

Thursday, September 12, 2019
Caroline Vahrenkamp

It’s that time of year! Time to prepare for next year and to plan for the annual Raddon Conference, held in Chicago on November 4th to 6th. Given all the uncertainty about the economy and rate environment, we hope to shine a light on the way forward for you. Here are five big strategic questions for us to answer as we plan for 2020:

Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Caroline Vahrenkamp

Marketers and product managers at financial institutions know that a product’s features and benefits can make or break that product. As a result, institutions spend significant time and energy measuring their products’ fit in the competitive landscape.

Thursday, May 2, 2019
Marcus Rothaar

Raddon recently hit the road for a series of workshops with participants in our Performance Analytics program. We hosted sessions in 17 cities east of the Mississippi, meeting with over 500 financial services executives along the way. (Note: We’ll be visiting the western half of the country in June; registration is now open for those sessions.)

Thursday, April 4, 2019
Caroline Vahrenkamp

Every year, Raddon conducts nationwide research of consumers and small businesses to understand their motivations, preferences and behaviors in banking. We include our discoveries in four comprehensive reports: Deposit Insights, Lending Insights, Payments and Channels Insights and Small Business Insights. Subscribers to the Raddon Research Insights program receive these four studies as well as an invitation to a webinar giving highlights and strategic recommendations.

Thursday, December 13, 2018
Caroline Vahrenkamp

It’s not a Raddon Conference unless data is on the agenda, and the keynote sessions of this conference highlighted the opportunity effective data management can provide. Here are seven key takeaways for financial institutions about big data, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning.

Thursday, December 6, 2018
Caroline Vahrenkamp

What a Conference!

Another Raddon conference is in the books, and what an event it was! So many factors came together to make it exceptional – insightful keynote speakers, engaging breakout sessions, Raddon Rocket cocktails, reasonably good Chicago weather – that everyone involved had a blast.

If you didn’t make it this year, be sure to plan for next year’s event. In the meantime, here are seven key takeaways from the 2018 conference about the industry and the economy.

Thursday, August 23, 2018
Caroline Vahrenkamp

We are approaching strategic planning season again, and the competitive environment has not simplified for most financial institutions.  This business never seems to get easier, does it?  As institutions try to balance growth and profitability, here are five big questions to consider.  To get our full insights in each of these areas and much more, consider attending our second annual Raddon Conference this November 5-7 in Chicago!

Thursday, August 16, 2018
Marcus Rothaar

“Alexa, what can financial institutions learn from Amazon’s brand strength?”

Alexa: “Sorry, I don’t know that one.”

Oh well, it was worth a shot. If she had answered, I could have cleared my afternoon. But alas, we have some research to help answer this question.