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Fintech will get serious in 2016

I have written in the past about how the financial services industry is changing in the UK, in particular how customer loyalty is being affected by the proliferation of price comparison engines and new start-ups offering services that are better … Continue reading

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Retails Banks Need Great Broadband Too

I have frequently blogged about how I believe that Internet Service Providers need to focus less on the network itself – which is becoming a hygiene factor – and emphasise the quality of the content available on their network. What … Continue reading

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What is needed to help contactless tech go mainstream?

Have you used a contactless payment system yet? It took a long time to gather momentum in the UK, but has now started looking like a realistic way to make micro-payments without needing all that change filling your pocket. My … Continue reading

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The Voice of the Future in Financial Services

With so much at stake, Teleperformance UK brought together specialists in customer care to discuss how contact centres are changing, and what impact that is having on sales in the financial services sector Significant challenges face banking and insurance firms … Continue reading

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Banks are lending less as payday loans are getting easier

This blog is by Frank Hammerton, the Business Development Director of Teleperformance Collections. The Archbishop of Canterbury recently caused a stir in the British press because he pledged to ‘out-compete’ the payday loan company Wonga. The Church of England isn’t … Continue reading

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