Authored on: Dec 19, 2012
For retail financial institutions, branches offer a convenient walk-in location for customers to meet with bank or credit union employees to perform transactions, get financial advice, complete their customer service needs and open new accounts.
To sustain this physical presence, branch networks must tightly manage their expenses on an ongoing basis by accurately scheduling the right personnel for each functional area of the branch.
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How financial institutions can measure branch performance by listening to the voice of
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forecasts and schedules
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Evaluate by customer segment to view experience of high-value customers versus entire
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