Posts Tagged ‘ Credit Agricole ’

Era of Mass Customization in Banking

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April 17, 2014

Banks have a nearly one-size-fits-all product model which leaves value on the table. For instance, when a bank releases a new online or mobile banking system, it will often be an identical system, with the exact same interface, for all clients of a particular segment. But oil companies like Chevron have different banking needs...
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9 Eurostyle Innovations

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February 13, 2013
9 Eurostyle Innovations

Europe has long been more aggressive about banking innovation than other regions around the world, especially the US. Despite the Squares and Stripes and whatnot here in America, that still appears to be the case. These are the nine notable Euro innovations that surfaced this week at Finovate Europe, the demo conference: mBank and...
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Credit Agricole Opens Its API and Good Things Happen

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February 12, 2013
Credit Agricole Opens Its API and Good Things Happen

Last October, Credit Agricole Group, the mega (but troubled) French bank, became what is thought to be the first traditional bank to release a public read/write API. So what has happened since the launch of the Credit Agricole Store? Did the bank lose customers? Did the API lessen the stickiness of its 33.5 million...
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