As financial institutions plan for and invest in a future-proofed customer experience, one big piece of planning is whether and when to take things to the cloud. A cloudy (pun intended) concept for some, it can be helpful to think of a cloud-based solution as necessary infrastructure that doesn’t take up floor space.
In my earlier posts, we discussed how financial institutions can modernize their content approach using Episerver CMS and Campaign. In this post, we’ll shift the focus to commerce, and how a third Episerver solution can provide businesses a quantifiable edge when it comes to conversion.
In the first part of this series, we discussed how financial institutions can future-proof their user experience strategy in a click with Episerver CMS. In this post, we’ll get a little more granular and explore what comes after you commit to a market-leading CMS.
Financial institutions, from banks and brokerage houses to investment service firms, pride themselves on having exceptional judgment, yet only 12 percent of financial institutions are digitally mature.
On May 1, 1978, Gary Thuerk made history when he sent the first-ever unsolicited mass email to more than 400 Digital Equipment Corp. customers, attempting to sell them on a new T-series of VAX-based operating systems.