Guide to Multichannel Onboarding in Banking – EXCERPT
You never get a second chance to make a first good impression.
: DBR 229 Sample
15 page excerpt of full length report.
THIS IS A FREE SAMPLE EXCERPT of Digital Banking Report Issue 229. This is the first 15 pages of a 59-page report. The full report is available for purchase here.
New customer onboarding is one of the most effective sales strategies for banks and credit unions wanting to improve engagement, share of wallet, retention and ultimately the value of a relationship. The onboarding process begins before the new account is even opened and continues for anywhere between 90 and 180 days. By communicating with the customer early and often after they open their account using various media that leverages insight collected at new account opening and thereafter, you are more likely to foster a positive customer experience, differentiating your institution and building long lasting loyalty.
A successful onboarding program is not easy. It requires a strategy that shows the customer you know them; that you will look out for their individual needs; and that you will ultimately reward them for their business. Unlike many traditional cross-sell programs, onboarding is an ongoing ‘process.’ It is the communications gateway to what will hopefully become a long-term relationship with additional communication moving the customer from the ‘engagement’ stage to the relationship stage and eventually to the loyalty stage of the customer life cycle.
As powerful as a good onboarding strategy can be, it can also destroy trust if not done correctly. Your mission is to use personalized communications that will improve over time, being relevant and reinforcing the decision the customer made to open a new account at your institution.
This report uses over a decade of experience to provide insight into how to build a best-in-class onboarding process.
marketing, onboarding, new accounts, customer service, cross-sales