Discover the power of remote banking, done face-to-face. Linqto Community banker enables people and businesses to see the real social value of the banking industry,
to see the people behind the numbers.
In a Cisco study on The Internet of Everything for Financial Services", Cisco's Paul Jameson, speaking about Amazon's Mayday button for Kindle said, "Something similar -
like video conferencing with a trusted advisor on financial planning - is what current bank customers are after."
Linqto Community Banker makes banking accessible to any computer or hand-held device. The interface is user-friendly and dynamically adjustable, with 1-tap instant access for each participant. Other key features include:
According to a new Accenture survey of nearly 4,000 retail banking customers in the US and Canada, the customer relationship at traditional banks is susceptible to disruption.
56% of Millennials are interested in having a video chat with a bank representative by accessing a link on their bank’s website, mobile or tablet application.
Community banker provides all the features you need to truly engage face to face with your customers no matter where they are. If you want to get in touch with your customers and community, get in touch with us.
Offer regular outreach sessions connecting bankers with your community in a truly interactive way, one that builds strong and lasting customer relationships.
Sponsor an online charity event, hold a retirement planning session, enhance customer loytaly with focus groups and customer feedback on new products and services.
Linqto Community Banker can be used as a standalone application or fully integrated with Linqto Personal Banker as a combined
relationship building package. Seamlessly transfer customers from tellers to live sessions for up-sell and cross-sell opportunities.
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