“With digital banking solutions like Narmi, the Neobank and Challenger bank experience is attainable. A well thought out digital account opening process puts the user experience first without compromising core integration and risk and compliance." - Ron Shevlin, Director at Cornerstone Advisors
NEW YORK (PRWEB) October 26, 2020
Narmi, a leading financial technology company that provides enterprise solutions in digital account opening, consumer digital banking, and business digital banking, is hosting its first-ever virtual summit on Wednesday, October 28, from 12 to 4 pm ET dedicated to empowering financial institutions to master digital account opening.
The event is designed for bank and credit union leaders who are looking to drive digital transformation. Topics include building a great user experience, crafting a strong identity verification program, understanding unit economics of account opening, and industry trends that will lead to a focused and successful account opening strategy.
Narmi Co-Founder Nikhil Lakhanpal and industry experts Ron Shevlin, Director at Cornerstone Advisors, and Tiffani Montez, Senior Analyst at Aite Group, will kick-off the summit with a discussion diving into what’s right and what’s wrong with today’s digital account opening trends.
Ron Shevlin said, “Digital account opening isn’t just about front-end design and marketing. It’s about core process integration and risk & compliance. Designing the best account opening experience requires a lot of creativity.”
“With digital banking solutions like Narmi, the Neobank and Challenger bank experience is attainable. A well thought out digital account opening process puts the user experience first without compromising core integration and risk and compliance. Financial institutions just need to understand the common pitfalls to avoid when redesigning a digital account opening experience,” explained Ron.
Following the discussion with Ron and Tiffani will be a deep dive with Narmi Co-Founder Chris Griffin and Alloy CEO Tommy Nichols into how to master a customer identification program without impacting the user experience.
“A huge pain point for financial institutions is getting identity verification right,” explained Tommy Nichols, CEO of Alloy. “Our partnership with Narmi allows financial institutions to build a seamless account opening experience that complies with KYC and AML regulations without compromising speed and accuracy. The bottom line is that CIP is critical for growth.”
More highlights from the summit will include walking through $13B Berkshire Bank’s account opening experience as well as a powerful conversation between Narmi Director of Sales Jay Vandegriff, Digital Onboarding CEO Ted Brown, Glia COO Justin DiPietro, and First Foundation’s SVP of Digital Channels Jimmy Ton on the topic of how seamless and personalized experiences at every stage of the customer journey are key to driving growth and deposits.
About Narmi: Narmi is a financial technology company that builds enterprise solutions across consumer digital banking, business banking, and digital account opening. Financial institutions work with Narmi to be leading digital organizations, go to market faster with industry-leading functionality, and better compete with Mega-Banks, Challenger Banks, and FinTech companies. With a particular focus on openness, Narmi’s open framework allows financial institutions to build their own extensions and features onto the base platform to cater to their needs. Today, Narmi powers financial institutions with billions of dollars of assets and help move millions of dollars between financial institutions on a daily basis.
To learn more about the summit, please visit https://www.narmi.com/about/events.