It’s a big day for us here at Zafin.
We’re thrilled that American Banker has just named Zafin as one of its Top 10 FinTech Companies to Watch in 2014. Selected by editors at American Banker’s Bank Technology News, Zafin is being recognized as a company making waves in financial technology.
As the market leader in relationship banking for the financial services industry, Zafin is transforming the way banks manage products, pricing, loyalty and billing across the entire client relationship.
Our flexible finance and banking software suite, miRevenue, represents complete Product and Pricing Lifecycle Management (PPLM), delivering a holistic, customer-centric view of the way banks bring financial and non-financial products to market quickly and easily. With a focus on revenue enhancement, PPLM helps banks move towards becoming a digital marketplace for their clients.
Excerpt from the American Banker article:
“This newish iteration of an age-old concept is irresistible to banks, and they’re likely to implement it in droves.
As fees become more repugnant to consumers and commercial clients and banks seek new sources of revenue, Zafin believes its models can help calculate prices that mutually benefit banks and their customers, taking the whole relationship into account.”
Thanks to American Banker and Banking Technology News for their acknowledgement and congratulations to the other companies listed for their achievement. The financial technology industry is evolving quickly and Zafin is excited to be at the forefront of this change.
Banking Technology Awards: Best Use of IT in Retail Banking
Bank of the West’s miRevenue implementation gained worldwide attention when it was chosen as a finalist at the prestigious 2013 Banking Technology Awards in London. Unfortunately, we did not win the award, but were commended and received a certificate of merit from Banking Technology Magazine.
[Zafin webinar] A tale of two customers: Enhancing retail bank revenue and profitability with product bundling and relationship pricing
How can we incentivize your customers to switch to more cost-effective and profitable activities? How can we reward your customers for desired activities, but also retain and deepen your relationship with them?
- Bank of the West’s Alexandra Roddy
- AlixPartners’ Seth Rosensweig
- Former Bank of America product manager Glenn Grossman
- Moderated by Banking Technology and Forbes contributor Tom Groenfeldt