Banking and Investment Branches.

Technology’s impact on the financial industry has been profound. That’s why top institutions turn to digital signage to improve the in-branch experience and ensure customers have access to relevant information.

Key Benefits

PROVIDE LOCALIZED CONTENT TO THOUSANDS OF ENDPOINTS

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Get the platform that easily scales with your needs

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SHOWCASE CURRENT PROMOTIONS TO THOUSANDS OF ENDPOINTS

Top Use Cases.

Virtual concierge

Advertising and Promotions

Improve sell-through rates on your products and services by prominently displaying ongoing promotions on screens in key areas.

Data visualization

Lobby Experience

Bridge the gap between online and in-store banking by providing immersive, digital experiences in each of your branch lobbies.

Wayfinding

Performance Management

Simply having data is not enough. You need to be able to visualize and leverage it—in real-time—to impact your organization.

Corporate meeting mgmt

Conference and Event Management

Trade the whiteboard and paper scheduling “systems” out for a more flexible, intuitive meeting room management solution in your office.

Video walls

Video Walls

Utilize a variety of video wall configurations to deliver relevant branding and promotional information in an impactful way.

Employee communication

Employee Communications

Use employee-facing screens to increase engagement, reinforce company values, recognize top performers, announce events and more.

Banking & Investment Branches

A Solid Investment—Stanford Federal Credit Union Takes Advantage of Visual Communications Management

See how Stanford Federal Credit Union leveraged the FWI Visual Communications Management service to optimize its digital signage network across multiple branches and its corporate office.

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The FWI platform is a wonderful communication channel in our branches and now internally at our corporate headquarters.

VP OF MARKETING & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, STANFORD FEDERAL CREDIT UNION

Key Product Features.

Scalable

Scalable

Use our single software platform to manage as many digital signage applications as you need—across as many screens as you have.

Ease of use

Ease of Use

Our drag-and-drop interface simplifies content scheduling and management, regardless of how many endpoints you support.

Video support

Video Support

With high-quality video playback for 4K content and other formats, you’ll be able to optimize the impact of your brand’s videos

Interactivity

Interactivity

Use our platform’s built-in touchscreen functionality to give your audience the types of immersive, intuitive experiences they expect.

User workflow

User Workflow

Enable multiple people and departments to contribute and edit content, ensuring only relevant information displays on your screens. 

Robust scheduling

Robust Scheduling

Powerful scheduling capabilities allow you to easily manage localized content across thousands of solutions and endpoints.

Top Integrations.

Delivering real-time information on screens across your enterprise has never been easier. In addition to open-source integrations like SQL, RSS, JSON and more, we also have pre-configured adapters for data sources in every major industry:

One of the first business sectors to truly step out and adopt digital signage was the banking industry. Digital signage was, and remains, more flexible and solves a greater number of challenges within the banking industry than any other means of in-branch communication.

 

What can Digital Signage do for the Banking Industry?

 

Primarily, banking digital signage serves to inform customers, but that’s just the beginning. While reader boards are still widely used to inform people of events, promotions and real-time market changes, banks are turning to other kinds of content and digital signage applications to provide a better overall customer experience.

 

Digital signage in banks is also a means of aesthetics. Video walls are a great addition to a branch and can help promote branding and promotional content. They can also be helpful in facilitating business or alerting customers in the case of an emergency. Additionally, wayfinding displays can guide people through larger facilities and can be configured to provide intuitive access to relevant information.

 

 

How can you use Digital Signage in the Banking Industry and Investment Branches?

 

Bank digital signage is also about energizing the customer and driving branch engagement. A large number of consumers do bank online, so when they do finally come into a branch, they want to see something that catches their eye, especially if they are waiting for any period of time. Plus, banking digital signage helps blur the lines between the online and in-branch experience.

 

The following are some ways in banks use digital signage to facilitate business:

 

  • Reader Boards
  • Wayfinding
  • Video walls
  • Social media integrations
  • Real-time data integrations
  • Advertising and promotions
  • Employee communications

 

 

Benefits of Digital Signage in the Banking Industry

 

No one likes waiting in line for a bank teller. If nothing else, solving this issue with digital signage would be enough. Fortunately, banking digital signage handles this problem, along with a host of others. By displaying relevant, timely and engaging content on screens visible from the teller line, banks can improve the customers’ experience and entertain them while they wait.

 

Energized Customer Experience

 

Simple transactions can often become a drawn-out involvement in the bank. Digital signage alleviates impatience by providing a means of engaging the customer from the second they walk in the door. Message boards can inform them of the local weather, traffic and special deals. Interactive kiosks can assist in performing transactions and Personal Teller Machines can disseminate investment advice.

 

Strengthened Communications

 

Digital signage in banks serves to increase communications across all facets of business. Internal communications can be facilitated through training announcements on digital signage and external messaging can be improved through real-time data. Plus dynamic digital content can inform customers about services provided by the branch right before they speak with a teller, improving the chances of promotion adoption.

 

Integrated Technologies

 

Digital signage takes it a step further by using interactive and dynamic content to promote multi-channel customer engagement. Customers can use QR codes and social media campaigns to connect with products and services their bank offers while standing in the branch. And the possibilities of integrating digital signage with other technologies to facilitate banking are growing every day.