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  • eCommerce
  • Bill Doyle
  • For eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals

    Report:Digital Disruption Hits Retail Financial Services

    Disruptors Deliver Superior Customer Experiences At A Lower Cost

    Digital disruption has arrived in retail financial services. Banks, insurers, and wealth management firms are besieged by a wave of disruptors that aim to use digital tools to deliver superior...

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    Report:Disrupting Finance: Social Investing

    Social investing platforms like Covestor, eToro, and wikifolio threaten to disrupt personal investing by bringing the wisdom of the crowd and the stock-picking of talented individuals to mainstream...

    • Downloads: 146
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    Report:Disrupting Finance: Digital Investment Managers

    Software-Based Startups Slash The Cost Of Managed Accounts

    Digital investment managers like Nutmeg in the UK and Betterment and Wealthfront in the US use the Internet to offer customized, diversified portfolios — also known as managed accounts —...

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    Report:Disrupting Finance: Digital Financial Advice

    The Budding Revolution In Free Or Low-Cost Financial Guidance

    Digital financial advice platforms deliver free or low-cost investment and other financial guidance to consumers who are planning for goals such as home ownership, education, and retirement. Startups...

    • Downloads: 293
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    Report:Lessons In Leading The Digital Business Revolution

    Insights From Keynote Speeches At Forrester's 2013 eBusiness And Channel Strategy Forum

    The forces of digital revolution have reached critical mass, threatening every incumbent firm in every industry. The 750 executives who gathered in Chicago in November 2013 for Forrester's Forum For...

    • Downloads: 320
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    Report:Weaning US Investors Off Paper Statements

    The number of investors who receive statements and other account communications on paper through the mail continues to fall. Yet most investors still receive paper. Why? Many say they need paper...

    • Downloads: 150
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    Report:Customer Advocacy 2013: How US Consumers Rate Their Financial Services Firms

    Customers Rate Their Banks, Credit Card Issuers, Insurers, And Investment Firms

    For 10 years Forrester has shown that customer advocacy — the perception on the part of customers that their firm does what's best for them, not just the firm's own bottom line — is the...

    • Downloads: 479
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    Report:Trends 2013: Digital Wealth Management

    Digital touchpoints have become the channel of choice for most investors worldwide. Despite this massive shift in channel preferences, few wealth management firms dedicate substantial resources to...

    • Downloads: 732
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    Report:Must-Have Features For Public Sites Of Wealth Management Firms

    Best Practices From The Public Websites Of Leading US Investment Firms

    The Web is now the most popular channel for US consumers researching investment products: More buyers of products like individual retirement accounts (IRAs), mutual funds, and exchange-traded funds...

    • Downloads: 320
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    Report:Customer Advocacy Q2 2012: How US Consumers Rate Their Financial Services Firms

    Customers Rate Their Banks, Insurers, Investment Firms, And Credit Card Issuers

    When customers feel that a financial services firm acts in their best interest, they are willing to invest more, borrow more, and buy more products from that firm. We call this corporate trait...

    • Downloads: 520
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    Report:Must-Have Features For Client Sites Of Wealth Management Firms

    Best Practices From The Secure Websites Of Leading US Investment Firms

    Forrester's research shows that web access on a personal computer remains, overwhelmingly, the touchpoint of choice for US investors who want to see their accounts or make a trade. In fact, getting...

    • Downloads: 411
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    Report:2013 Mobile Wealth Management Functionality Benchmark

    E-Trade And Fidelity Lead The Pack

    With investor expectations rising and substantial business at stake, digital wealth management teams know they need to improve their portfolios of mobile sites and apps. Forrester evaluated the...

    • Downloads: 657
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    Report:Collaborative Advice

    Using Digital Touchpoints To Enhance Advisor-Client Relationships

    In the past, financial advisors and agents typically didn't involve clients in the advice generation process. They worked their magic behind the scenes and then presented clients with the final...

    • Downloads: 484
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    Report:Which Digital Touchpoints Should You Focus On Now?

    Use The Splinternet Engagement Index To Jumpstart Your Agile Commerce Strategy

    This report, originally written for market insights professionals, includes content relevant to eBusiness and channel strategy professionals. Here's why: The golden age of the Web is over. The...

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    Report:Case Study: Vanguard Uses Social Media To Learn From Its Clients

    Adoption of social media among investors is relatively high, but many investment firms have been slow to embrace the medium. The Vanguard Group has had success by using social media to engage with...

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    Report:Case Study: Ameriprise Uses LinkedIn To Help Consumers Find Advisors

    Social media will have an outsized impact on relationship-based businesses like investment firms, life insurers, and private banks. Some of these wealth management firms are piloting programs that...

    • Downloads: 539
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    Report:How To Create A Site That Appeals To Affluent Investors

    Use Importance And Quality Ratings To Prioritize Improvements To Your Site

    Four out of five US online affluent investors visit their investment firms' websites at least a few times a year. What secure-site features do they value most? Account inquiry features —...

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    Report:The Top Five Trends In Digital Wealth Management For 2012

    Mobile, Social, Video, Advice, And Usability Will Change Retail Investing

    Rocketing adoption — by financial advisors and agents as well as investors — is driving five digital trends that will change the wealth management industry. Smart eBusiness managers will...

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    Report:The ROI Of Mobile Investing And Mobile Trading

    Making The Business Case For Mobile Efforts At Wealth Management Firms

    Mobile has become a high priority for eBusiness teams at wealth management and investment firms. In the US, the proportion of online adults who use the mobile channel to manage their investments rose...

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    Report:Mobile And Social Technologies Come Late To Wealth Management

    Younger Generations Are Just The First Wave Of Mobile and Social Adopters

    To date, traditional investment and life insurance firms have been insulated from the disruptive forces of mobile and social technologies because their best clients are older. In countries around the...

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    Report:Case Study: Generali France Supports Financial Advisors With Innovative Mobile B2B App

    With The Launch Of iNomineo, Generali Focuses On A Major Revenue Source

    Generali France's iNomineo app for the iPhone offers financial advisors mobile access to client information, details of clients' holdings and past transactions, and graphic illustrations of market...

    • Downloads: 444
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    Report:How Clients Want To Interact With Financial Advisors

    Younger Consumers Prefer Online Chat, Websites, And Email

    Now more than ever, clients are using new channels to communicate with their financial advisors. Younger clients show a strong preference for communicating with advisors through digital channels like...

    • Downloads: 718
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    Report:How US Consumers Research And Buy Investment Products

    Purchasers Have Often Researched Through A Different Channel

    Over the past year, 7% of US online adults have purchased an investment product. While the online channel is the most popular channel for researching, the in-person channel is the most popular for...

    • Downloads: 552
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    Report:The State Of Mobile Investing

    Mobile is the hot channel these days. A number of investment firms have developed mobile apps, and many offer dedicated mobile Web sites. Consumer adoption is ticking up: Today, 11% of investors are...

    • Downloads: 988
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    Report:Which Investors Are Likely To Adopt eDelivery?

    Potential Adopters Are Younger, Secure Online, And Open To Ads And Advice

    More and more US investors are opting to receive statements and other account communications online. But the numbers remain small: Just 22% of US investors have gone online-only for an investment...

    • Downloads: 336