Peter Wannemacher

Sr Analyst serving eBusiness & Channel Strategy PROFESSIONALS

Peter serves eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals. He specializes in serving financial services customers through online, mobile, and other remote channels. He has helped banks, brokerages, insurers, and other financial providers improve their online and mobile services, and plan their online and mobile strategies. Peter works with firms to better understand market opportunities and meet client needs. His recent reports include "Mobile Channel Strategy: An Overview." During his four years at Forrester, Peter has worked on projects that sized the market for mobile financial services, improved firms' online banking functionality, segmented existing customers and prospects, and quantified the value of digital services. In addition, Peter co-developed Forrester's mobile banking and mobile investing ROI models.

Previous Work Experience

Prior to becoming an analyst, Peter was a researcher at Forrester. In that role, he developed Forrester's mobile financial services ROI model and was a key contributor to updating, maintaining, and applying the Forrester Website User Experience and Functionality Benchmark (WSB) methodology.

Education

Peter holds dual M.S. degrees in advertising and applied communications research from Boston University, as well as a B.A. from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.

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    Report:2012 Canadian Credit Card Secure Website Rankings

    RBC And CIBC Lead With Critical Functionality

    Despite the rapid rise of mobile and tablet banking, secure websites remain the No. 1 digital touchpoint for credit cardholders interacting with their providers. Before eBusiness professionals at...

    • Downloads: 203
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    Report:2012 US Credit Card Secure Website Rankings

    Discover Financial Services Takes The Top Spot With Robust Functionality And Strong User Experience

    Despite the rapid rise of mobile and tablet banking, secure websites remain the No. 1 digital touchpoint for credit cardholders interacting with their providers. Before eBusiness professionals at...

    • Downloads: 347
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    Report:2012 North American Credit Card Online Sales Rankings

    Royal Bank Of Canada Takes The Top Spot For 2012

    Credit cards are the top selling financial product in both the US and Canada. In the US, the majority of credit card applicants apply online, and in Canada, the percentage is second only to the...

    • Downloads: 408
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    Report:Case Study: Discover Financial Services Partners With PayPal To Roll Out Mobile P2P Payments

    Firm "Electronifies" Cash Transactions To Enhance Existing PFM Tool

    In February 2009, Discover Financial Services introduced its Spend Analyzer, an online personal financial management (PFM) tool that lets clients track and categorize their spending. Adoption was...

    • Downloads: 664
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    Report:Case Study: American Express OPEN Capitalizes On Small Businesses' Craving For Community

    OPEN Forum, A Branded Website, Grew Out Of Offline Networking Events

    Small business owners are hungry to talk to their peers about shared needs, topics, and solutions. American Express OPEN — the small-business arm of American Express — recognized this...

    • Downloads: 795
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    Report:How eBusiness Executives At Financial Services Firms Are Successfully Using Twitter

    Forrester Identifies Five Attributes Of Valuable Client Interactions Via Twitter

    Forrester measured the Twitter activity of 30 North American financial services firms. We found that successful financial services brands on Twitter are proactive, multichannel, conversational,...

    • Downloads: 1006
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    Report:eBusiness Leaders: It's Time To Take Financial Service Comparison Web Sites Seriously

    Usage Is Rising Driven By First-Time Users And Younger Generations

    In 2009, 21% of financial product online applicants — more than 50 million Americans — used a third-party online comparison Web site, and 36% of these applicants did so for the first...

    • Downloads: 529
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    Report:Why Americans Research Financial Products Online But Buy Through Other Channels

    Channel Switching Is Driven Largely By Security And Support Issues

    Many US customers use multiple channels when buying financial services products, crossing channels during their path to purchase. Among online adults, 41% of financial product applicants research...

    • Downloads: 1045
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    Report:How US Credit Card Customers Use And Rate Issuers' Secure Sites

    Customers Do Little More Than View And Pay Their Bills Online

    There are more than 175 million credit card owners in the US, 85% of whom go online at least monthly. Overall, 73% of cardholders have used at least one feature on their provider's Web site in the...

    • Downloads: 274
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    Report:The Recession's Impact On US Consumers' Financial Behavior

    The Crisis Affects Consumers' Likelihood To Switch Banks And Use Credit

    More than half of all US online adults say their personal financial situation has gotten worse in the past 12 months. Just one-third of these consumers think their circumstances will improve in 2009....

    • Downloads: 211
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    Report:In The US, Few Use Financial Comparison Sites

    More than 9 million US adults have used a comparison Web site to research a financial product, and one-third of US online financial researchers say they trust product comparison sites. US online...

    • Downloads: 372