Customer Management – efficient, client-centric processes
Changing client needs and increasing requirements on the one hand, and technical further developments and possibilities on the other hand, mean banks are facing far-reaching changes relating to their clients. With a central approach that is as flexible and open as possible across all channels, Finnova's Customer Management solution is an optimal basis for banks to advise their clients better and more efficiently across the board.
Today, bank clients have a wide variety of requirements for their bank: for example, triggering a payment via e-banking, looking up market information in the mobile app, mobile payment solutions or cash withdrawals abroad, or even using QR codes. The key to an efficient solution is central data storage and management of all these business cases. Customer management does not just mean presenting the current data in a nicer way, but rather combining and analysing it from a central data storage and making it available again accordingly prepared.
Banks have a great deal of information about their clients: How is their liquidity, do they make many withdrawals abroad, via which channels do they contact the bank, do they trade with securities or do they wish to have their own home in future? All of this information can be used to get a clear and detailed image of the client. It enables clients to be advised better, more efficiently and in a more targeted way via their preferred channel. The architecture approach is a keystone and can be made available on-premises or as a service. Customer Management is made up of the following four fields of action that have been identified as priority core needs on the basis of feedback from various banks. The interaction between each individual component creates an optimal basis for a holistic solution.
|CM pending tasks||CM customer analytics||CM campaigns||Comprehensive client view – 360-degree view/CLC|
|The current pending task system is being further optimised, redesigned and significantly expanded. Pending tasks are becoming increasingly important for advisory and banking. A current analysis shows that, on average, advisors need to have up to 250 pending tasks under control. With the expansion of the pending task system to a pending task management, it will be possible to manage, categorise and prioritise pending tasks better in future, and flexible networking with other systems will be guaranteed.||Through the interaction and integration with the functionalities of the Finnova Analytical Framework, campaigns or pending tasks can be triggered, for example to minimise client attrition or to decide the next best action.||Automated, simple creation and management of campaigns across all channels, so you can communicate with clients using their preferred channel. Flexible networking with any non-core system is ensured here too.||All relevant information on a client is displayed fully, clearly and centrally. This also includes a representation of the lifecycle (CLC).|
#getintouch study: Customer Insights
Customer management is growing in significance with the increasing number of customer touchpoints. The hybrid approach applied by Finnova in the management of these touchpoints along the customer journey is confirmed by the study.
Dr. Martin Widmer, Head Data Analytics & Compliance, is encouraged by Finnova's dual strategy. He speaks clearly in favour of an approach in which classical customer management via CRM is combined with high-performance, self-learning machine intelligence, thus becoming operationalised, personalised and automated. For this purpose, in addition to a corresponding engine, a cleverly drafted analytics solution is required, as is offered by the Finnova Analytical Framework.
Finnova has supported the study of the Institute of Financial Services Zug IFZ of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts carried out by Prof. Dr. Nils Hafner. Click here to see the #getintouch-study_Finnova_IFZ (only available in German).