Bots Aren't Ready To Be Bankers
Bank Execs Should Focus On Foundational Digital Initiatives Now To Take Advantage Of Next-Gen Bots In Two To Three Years
August 31, 2016
Why Read This Report
Many companies are betting on bots, chat-based software built to simulate human conversation and help consumers complete tasks. But while bots and the technologies that enable them are evolving rapidly, the customer experiences they offer today are often either poor or uneven. Digital leaders at most banks should hold off on launching customer service or chat bots on messaging platforms. Instead, digital teams should work with their technology partners to focus on foundational digital initiatives that will enable better bots and artificial-intelligence-based services in two to three years.
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Table of Contents
- Companies Are Getting Bot Happy
- Chat Bots On Messaging Platforms Will Disappoint Bankers
- Focus On Foundational Digital Initiatives To Prep For Next-Gen Bots
- Supplemental Material
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