Novantas, Inc. is pleased to announce that First Tennessee Bank has reached an agreement with Novantas for the firm’s deposit price optimization and product management solution — PriceTek® Deposits.
Smaller banks are losing out on potential customers because many would-be depositors assume only larger institutions have the tools to allow them access to mobile banking apps and other technological perks, a recent survey shows.
“We offer analytic solutions designed by bankers for bankers,” says Dave Kaytes, founder and Co-CEO of Novantas, Inc.
Total third-party external spend on financial services technology is now at more than $300 billion annually.
As the prospect of rising rates looms, banks are increasingly focused on building “sticky” consumer deposits.
According to a recent article published by Novantas, “Cross-Sell Myths and Traps,” there are six prevalent myths, or misunderstandings, that seriously degrade cross-sell performance…
National banks are winning more consumers who want to bank digitally because people believe big banks have better mobile banking solutions.
Technical problems at Simple show the tricky position of the digital-only neobanks: They depend on systems (sometimes antiquated ones) run by others, yet they’re the faceless names bearing responsibility for problems.
Will shoppers agree to go paperless as these cost-saving practices become more common?
Bank of Montreal has turned to analytics software from Novantas to aid its rate-setting process.