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New episodes air every Tuesday morning on your way to work. The host John Siracusa is well known in the banking industry as the founder/creator of the #banksocial conference Every week, John Siracusa interviews a wide range of experts from Jay Baer to NASA. Bank and Credit Union executives who are responsible for strategy will benefit from the A-list celebrities that are guests on the show. The ideas are so powerful that everyone can learn something new, with every show. You can follow John Twitter @johnsiracusa. LinkedIn.com/in/Siracusa. www.banksocialmediaconference.com
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Sep 6, 2016


In this episode, the host John Siracusa and Meredith Deen from FMSI discuss how to integrate effectively into your Omni-Channel user experience the branch and universal Employees.  

They discussed Apple strategies and how to integrate a great user experience to all age ranges of your customers.

About 9% of banking customer still open accounts at a branch.  Learn here how to update them to match customers expectations.

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About The Host

John Siracusa is the creator of #BankSocial, the first banking conference solely dedicated to content marketing and social media.

He is also the creator of the #CaseStudySummit, a live online conference over a 30 day period that brings together the biggest collection of unique bank and credit union case study stories. He’s the host of “The Bank On It Show,” a banking and social media Podcast that is available on iTunes and Stitcher for download. Be sure to follow him on Twitter @JohnSiracusa for industry news and updates.

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