D3 Banking chooses FI Navigator

Source: D3 Banking

FI Navigator announced that D3 Banking, the leading innovator in data driven digital banking, has subscribed to its cloud-based mobile banking module, which provides vertical intelligence on the mobile banking services offered by more than 6,000 U.S. financial institutions.

As part of FI Navigator’s banking vertical data and analytics platform, which contains information on more than 13,000 financial institutions and the Fintech companies that serve them, the mobile banking module will provide D3 Banking with:

  • Vendor analytics, including market share position and accretion; client churn rates; customer utilization; customer satisfaction; and client demographics;
  • Industry analytics, including industrywide or segment mobile adoption; customer utilization and satisfaction; and detailed mobile feature provision.
  • Bank and credit union-specific peer comparisons on mobile banking offerings and performance.

The mobile banking data is updated monthly, providing D3 Banking with the most current information available on these various attributes.

“The amount of data and analytics provided by FI Navigator is impressive and valuable to a number of functions across our company” said Michael Carter, CMO of D3 Banking. “By gaining deeper insight into the industry and our clients through FI Navigator, we will be able to ultimately better serve our customers and continue to provide them with the products and services they want and need.”

“We are highly enthusiastic about our relationship with D3 Banking. D3 Banking effectively differentiates itself by leveraging data and analytics to allow their financial institution clients to offer highly personalized digital banking solutions,” said Steve Cotton, CEO and founder of FI Navigator. “It follows that they’d desire the same data-driven decisioning context for their own performance resourcing that FI Navigator uniquely can provide.”

 

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