Digital Financial Services Teams Should Embrace Game Mechanics
February 7, 2014
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Digital teams at financial services firms have been slower than digital teams in other industries to adopt game mechanics. But the success of game mechanics in sectors like airlines and education has encouraged digital teams in banks, wealth management firms, and insurance companies to adopt these tactics to encourage digital sales and service use. These early adopters are seeing positive results, including increased online engagement, online banking use, product sales, and social influence. Gamification is a relatively inexpensive way to increase consumer engagement, and when done correctly, it can drive useful results. This report outlines why you should consider game mechanics, offers some good-practice financial examples, and provides a guide for digital strategy teams looking to implement gamification.
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Table of Contents
- Gamification Is An Increasingly Popular Tactic In Financial Services
- Gamification Offers Numerous Benefits And Drives Business Results
- How To Win With Game Mechanics
- Supplemental Material
- Related Research Documents