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How UK Banking Customers Use Different Channels

October 9, 2009

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The steady growth of online banking in the UK over the past decade is changing the way people use other banking channels. Half of UK adults still visit a branch each month, although the number of regular branch users has fallen. Banks' efforts to persuade customers to adopt self-service channels for routine interactions, thus releasing branch and call center employees for higher-value interactions, have stalled. eBusiness and channel strategy executives at the UK's banks need to continue right-channeling customers by encouraging them to use self-service channels for routine interactions, releasing branch and call center employee time for higher-value interactions like providing financial advice and selling products.

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Table of Contents

  • Customers Use A Wide Range Of Channels
  • Customers Will Continue To Migrate From Branches To The Net
  • Banks Need To Replace Branch-Centric Banking With True Multichannel Banking

  • Centralize Channel Management
  • Supplemental Material
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