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May 5, 2023

WEBINAR: Branch Network Analysis – Assessing Your Branches for Fit, Form and Function

So, your institution wants to grow. But what’s the right method? With digital technology, apps, ITMs, and even simple sign-in kiosks in the lobby, it’s difficult for brick-and-mortar branches to keep up. It’s important to review your branch network on a regular basis to see which ones are working, which aren’t, and where there may be an unfilled need. But you can’t make an informed decision without all the information, right? How do you get that information? Our webinar is just the source!

March 3, 2023

WEBINAR: Avoid Pitfalls That Drive Up Branch Construction Costs

Financial facilities are the intersection of customer/member demand, technology, convenience and information. Although the design/build/renovate process may seem straightforward, there are inherent challenges. Understanding the importance of communication, planning, and the ability to anticipate labor and materials shortages is critical to the success of your next construction project. Clear and frequent communication and early action help keep a project on time, which helps with overall construction costs.

September 20, 2022

WEBINAR: The Future is Spelled B.R.A.N.C.H: It’s your future. Are you ready for it?

The banking industry continues to evolve. The branch is at the intersection of customer/member demand, technology and convenience, information, and insight into the future of branching. A branch needs to provide access and convenience and should be a portal to your organization’s subject matter experts.

February 17, 2022

WEBINAR: Branch is Not a 4-Letter Word

Your branch is where everything comes together—the intersection of customer/member demand, technology, convenience, and information. A branch needs to provide access and convenience and should be positioned as the portal to your organization’s subject matter experts. Today’s conversation will provide a playbook for evaluating a single branch, your branch network, or new market opportunities.