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The financial services industry is reinventing itself, and consumers’ attitudes toward mobile technology are a big reason why. Since 2010, innovative and fast-moving FinTech companies have poured $50 billion into everything from mobile payments to insurance. These digital disrupters are tapping into the “liquid expectations” of customers who compare banks to the no-friction mobile services and products they receive from other sectors (i.e., Amazon, Uber etc.) – and find banks lacking.
Vox Mobile is helping financial services companies keep up with disrupters by taking mobile way beyond the basics of mobile banking, bill pay, deposit and P2P payments.
Leading banking organizations have partnered with Vox Mobile to reduce the physical space of the traditional branch model – taking banking services to where the people are. They do this by arming a new mobile workforce with tablets in hand to serve customers in airports, grocery stores, office buildings, etc. With the ability for consumers to shop for loans and receive financial planning services online, Vox Mobile is also helping financial services organizations plan and manage IT architectures that must interact with anyone, anywhere via mobile B2C, B2B and BYOD connections – in a highly secure environment.
Vox Mobile is on top of exciting mobility trends helping innovation-minded financial services companies achieve impressive new ways to generate new sources of revenue and engage customers through a wide range of channels.
Insurance is a 24/7, mobile business. This industry leader’s mobile workforce relies on a wide variety of mobile devices for servicing customers, selling, adjusting, and conducting timely inspections. The company needed to ensure its mobile professionals are equipped at all times with the right tools and access to the right information delivered in a highly secure and reliable environment.
Since the pandemic, healthcare organizations—that once shied away from allowing BYOD in their facilities—have embraced the mobile technology. Though some are still struggling to figure out how to ensure they meet stringent requirements and restrictions when it comes to privacy and security.