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- CHANNELS are the vehicles through which customers can interact with a bank. These channels may be used for either sales or service interactions.
- CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT – Customers tend to have products and services from multiple product areas across a Bank. It is important to bridge these divisions both from the Bank’s perspective – so that a group wide view of customer risk can be assembled – and from a customer perspective – so that a single customer isn’t faced with myriad service personnel.
- ENGINES – Banks offer a variety of products each of which requires a combination of back office staff and complex computer systems to set up and maintain. It is these systems, staff and processes that we refer to here as ‘Engines’.
- MANAGEMENT INFORMATION is all about deriving information from a Bank’s other activities.
- GATEWAYS TO THE BANKING INDUSTRY – There are a number of services that Bank’s provide co-operatively.