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Branch Banking: The Times Are Changing (Slowly)
Fifth report from Mercator Advisory Group's 2011 CustomerMonitor Survey Series probes consumer attitudes and bank branch usage
Boston, MA -- Despite the rapid change in consumer usage of electronic delivery channels like online and mobile banking, branches remain the centerpiece of retail banking delivery, Mercator Advisory Group's 2011 CustomerMonitor Survey Series finds.
Branch Banking: The Times Are Changing (Slowly), the fifth in a series of eight consumer survey reports examining payment and banking topics, probes the importance the role that branches plays in today's multichannel banking environment.
The report is based Mercator's CustomerMonitor Survey Series. The foundation of the series is data obtained during a national sample of 1,003 online consumer survey responses completed between October 9 and October 13, 2011. The survey covered topics including types of branches used and usage frequency, interest in using self-service branch technologies, and usage of in-branch resources.
Findings of the research include:
"A strategic challenge for banks is the low use of their most expensive branch assets like customer service representatives and tellers," states Ken Paterson, VP for Research Operations at Mercator Advisory Group and the author of the report. "The survey data indicate some willingness among younger customers to use new branch-based technologies such as cash-handling terminals and videoconferencing to remote experts. But it will take time for consumers to embrace new branch-based technologies."
The most common reasons branch customers visit a branch
Whether or not branch visitors are using ATMs to deposit checks
How usage of their bank's website for some of their banking needs affects consumers' branch visits
The type of branch that is the norm
One of 17 exhibits in this report:
The report is 32 pages long and contains 17 exhibits.
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