Malakian, Anthony
October 2008
Bank Technology News;Oct2008, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p25
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the benefits of onboarding to bankers that want to build deeper relationships with customers in the U.S. According to Dermot McCauley, director of Singularity, onboarding can cut out redundancies, save time, and increase revenues and build customer affinity. In fact, onboarding is not only considered as solution to in-branch transactions, but also to online transactions.


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