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How US Banking Customers Use Different Channels, 2016

Americans Remain Surprisingly Attached To Bank Branches

May 13, 2016

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Digital banking use is growing rapidly, as US banking customers embrace mobile and tablet banking while continuing to use online banking. But the use of traditional channels like branches and ATMs has barely changed, with frequency of use remaining steady. To increase customer engagement and right-channel routine interactions, eBusiness and channel strategy executives need to put digital touchpoints at the heart of their customer strategy while exploiting the inherent strengths of both digital and human touchpoints.

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Table of Contents

  • US Customers Are Using Both Digital And Traditional Touchpoints
  • US Banks Have A Channel Strategy Problem
  • Put Digital Touchpoints At The Heart Of Customer Strategy
  • Supplemental Material
  • Related Research Documents