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6 Tips for Increased FSI Sales on Mobile

Oct 3, 2014 11:36 AM
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OVERVIEW Avoka has worked with banks, wealth management, and insurance companies improving the multi-channel customer experience for sales and service transactions. We’ve seen one client increase conversion rates for Loan Applications by 43% in just 5 weeks. Here are ourContinue reading (translate)

Understanding Millennials — Yes, It Can Be Done

Sep 26, 2014 11:33 PM
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Entitled, lazy, unappreciative,… the list of adjectives to describe millennials (or those born 1981 to 2000) by Boomers and Gen X goes on and on. And it’s not the most positive list of adjectives. But, the thing is, they areContinue reading (translate)

Moving Over to AEM Forms – It’s Easier Than You Think

Sep 19, 2014 3:36 PM
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Adobe is well known for its PDF forms capabilities and the LiveCycle platform that’s made it possible to deliver and integrate enterprise forms and document solutions with our customer’s back-end systems.  While PDF form capabilities and LiveCycle have matured, many … Continue reading → (translate)

Tools to “keep your finger on the pulse” of the FinTech world

Sep 12, 2014 7:34 PM
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In a recent speaking engagement I said part of my role as CXO was “keeping my finger on the pulse of the rapidly changing FinTech world”…I qualified the statement by saying it was “hard”…like drinking from the fire hydrant. OverContinue reading (translate)

Team formation: another broken process in software development

Sep 5, 2014 9:33 AM
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In my previous post, I talked about why I think the technical interview process is totally broken. In this post, I want to talk about yet another broken process in software industry: how teams are assembled (or more like misassembled!) for a software project. In a typical software company, a person is hired by a team to […] (translate)

Why the technical interview process is so broken in software industry?

Aug 26, 2014 11:32 PM
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I’m convinced that the technical interview process, the process that a software team uses to select good candidates to add to a project, is totally broken in our industry. It’s broken mainly because most technical interviews try to answer one aspect of a good software developer (Is he/she a good coder?), whereas software development requires skills well beyond just coding […] (translate)

Responsive Forms

Jul 22, 2014 5:21 PM
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We live in a multi-channel world, where customers can and will move between devices during the course of a single transaction, whether it’s a retail transaction or a more complex transaction like a loan application or insurance claim. “Mobile First”Continue reading (translate)

Rewarding Digital Bankers

Jul 15, 2014 5:33 PM
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The (Basketball) Assist – Rewarding Digital Bankers For Their Role in Sales Through Other Channels Let me start with a definition and three data points: Definition: Channel for me means Branch, Call Center (Phone), Digital, Mobile Lender/Adviser/Relationship Manager, Social Media, Snail Mail,Continue reading (translate)

Digital Government – UK

Jul 8, 2014 11:36 PM
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                    Avoka delivered on our promises at the Digital Government yesterday in London. We participated in a one-hour presentation demonstrating how governments can move to digital by default in days and weeksContinue reading (translate)

Mid 2014 Tech Review

Jul 8, 2014 11:33 PM
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It’s mid-2014 tech review time and we have had an interesting series product releases and developer conferences by the leading tech industry consumer players including Google, Apple, Amazon and Microsoft. This is a great time to be in technology, itsContinue reading (translate)

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