The rise of Virtual Agents: Time to automate, personalize and contextualize customer experience

In most industries, there has been a lot of talk about Virtual Agents and their role in enhancing customer service. Virtual agents are software programs that enable automated, contextual conversations with customers. At a basic level, Artificial Intelligence (AI) driven Virtual Agents can be suitable alternatives to staff taking up customer calls. No doubt these 

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How geolocation mapping can safeguard customers’ financial transactions

The customer is always at the centre of innovation. New business propositions are being tested out almost daily to deliver services that provide engaging experiences and more convenience. Contactless payments are a great example of an innovation that has made customers lives easier. And with the Internet of Things now becoming a reality, the coming, 

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Near Field Communication (NFC) – Contactless payment

NFC offers the best of both worlds i.e. contactless payment and mobile technology. Smartphones let a customer store multiple credit cards and other payment methods all in one device that the customer is likely to carry everywhere with them already. It cuts out the unnecessary hassle of texting or swiping through menus to make payments 

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How 2015 could be a watershed year for digital banking

According to the 2014 World Retail Banking Report from Capgemini and Efma, less than 40% (a decrease from 41.6% in 2013 to 39.5% in 2014) of customers globally reported having positive customer experiences with their bank. The main reason for this dissatisfaction is the bank’s failure to develop a comprehensive digital and brick-and-mortar strategy around 

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Apple Pay – An attempt to demystify Apple’s new service

When Apple announced Apple Pay as a service on September 9th, they mentioned a few key terms like secure element, tokens, one time unique number, device account number and dynamic security code. For the layman, this could mean that Apple has used the most advanced security technology in Apple Pay; but for the folks in 

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A travel app for the millennial age

Most of us travel at some point, whether for business or leisure. Often it’s an itinerary we are very used to, however sometimes it’s somewhere new which entails us stepping out of our comfort zone. However whether familiar or unfamiliar, sometimes things go wrong. To help with the travel process, we would all benefit from 

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Five reasons your business needs a digital platform

It’s surprising how the addition of one mobile channel increases the number of digital mediums of interaction. The mobile channel not only includes phones, tablets, wearables, connected devices, etc., but it also delivers an experience based on the context. When a mobile device is used at work or home, it delivers the experience of a 

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Wearable technology: Passing fad or next big thing in the consumerization wave?

Most people are still trying to get a handle on how to use their mobile phones and tablets effectively so the idea of adopting and integrating wearable technology into your life may seem as far off as The Jetsons.  Wearable Technology – Gaining momentum While wearable technology is still in its infancy, there is no 

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Mobile Banking Trends in 2014

2013 was a big year for mobile banking driving by trends such as increased smart phone adoption and the popularity of mobile check deposit. Looking into 2014, we see several areas that will drive mobile banking adoption even higher: Bob GrahamSenior Vice President – Head of Banking & Financial Services, Virtusa. Bob Graham brings over 

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