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Is Your Bank’s Corporate Immune System Killing Innovation?

2016-12-13T09:13:38-05:00December 13th, 2016|

By Ron Daly, President/CEO
Virtual StrongBox, Inc.

Source: https://www.cbinsight.com/banks-corporate-immune-system-killing-innovation.html

While today’s technology is disrupting all industries, those of us in financial services think of it mostly in terms of digital bank services and marketing. We ask, How do our customers want to interact with us? Which digital strategies will make us […]

Pitfalls Of Delaying Key Tech Decisions

2016-11-20T11:13:22-05:00November 20th, 2016|

By Ron Daly, President/CEO
Virtual StrongBox, Inc.
Source:
http://www.cutoday.info/THE-feature/Pitfalls-Of-Delaying-Key-Tech-Decisions

Members have no complaints about the credit union’s tech offerings, so it’s all good, right?

Wrong, says one expert.

“It isn’t wise to mistake radio silence for member satisfaction,” said Ron Daly, president and CEO of Virtual Strongbox, who added that it is essential […]

How is Your Bank’s Customer Experience … Really? 3 Questions to Consider

2016-11-20T08:41:18-05:00November 20th, 2016|

By Ron Daly, President/CEO
Virtual StrongBox, Inc.
Source:
https://www.cbinsight.com/banks-customer-experience-really-3-questions-consider.html

It’s a sad fact, but the financial industry has a history of being slow to adapt to new technology. While many banks have spruced up their branches with customer Wi-Fi bars and touch-screen banking stations, most still use legacy core systems. But beyond […]

Western Independent Bankers Chooses Virtual StrongBox for Ultra Secure Data Storage and File-Exchange Services for Member Communications

2016-11-01T11:29:44-04:00September 29th, 2016|

Contact: MJB Public Relations Group • (866) 714-7041 • margaret@mjbpr.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Popular secure service channel offers ultra-safe alternative to legacy bank data security

Charlotte, N.C. and San Francisco, Calif. (Sept. 29, 2016)

Western Independent Bankers (WIB), a trade association serving more than 140 community banks, announced today that it has […]

Virtual StrongBox Chooses TeraGo’s Premier Cloud Services to Host Its Patented Secure Data Storage and File-Exchange Services in Canada

2016-11-01T11:29:44-04:00September 21st, 2016|

Contact: MJB Public Relations Group • (866) 714-7041 • margaret@mjbpr.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Charlotte, N.C. and Thornhill, Ont. (Sept. 21, 2016)

Virtual StrongBox, Inc., whose secure file-capture and end-to-end encryption technology has made it a leader in enterprise data security, announces it is expanding its North American footprint to Canada.

Virtual […]

Can You Square Up Legacy Systems With A Mobile-First Strategy?

2016-11-01T11:29:46-04:00September 14th, 2016|

By Ron Daly, President/CEO
Virtual StrongBox, Inc.

No. 1 on my list of overused, misunderstood phrases is “mobile first.” Google it and you’ll likely see: Mobile first means …

  1. “smartphones, tablets and task-specific apps employees use as work tools.”
  2. “a customer who manages his bank account on a mobile app instead of […]

Banking Services: When “Nice” Becomes “Necessity”

2016-11-01T11:29:46-04:00September 12th, 2016|

Ron Daly, President/CEO
Virtual StrongBox, Inc.
Source:
https://www.cuinsight.com/financial-services-nice-becomes-necessity.html

Wouldn’t it be great to have a steady supply of Godiva chocolates anytime you want? How about Dom Perignon? Even better, season tickets to all your favorite teams’ games? Nice, but hardly necessities.

When banks first offered “convenience” services, like remote deposit and electronic […]

How Your Credit Union Can Help the Examiners: Shorten Their Stay

2016-11-01T11:29:46-04:00September 6th, 2016|

Ron Daly, President/CEO
Virtual StrongBox, Inc.

To many people outside the industry, “bank examiner” conjures up Carter, the no-nonsense examiner in “It’s a “Wonderful Life”, who chooses Christmas Eve to examine George Bailey’s Building & Loan books. To say the least, it was bad timing. But it turns out Carter was a […]

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