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2018 Global Multi-Channel Survey

Introduction Consumers are completing more complicated tasks online with each passing year. From travel to taxes, people are increasingly comfortable using technology to search for the best deal, provide reams of personal information and make their individual preferences known. But banks are woefully behind other industries in that online shift even as fewer customers visit the local branch. Consumers only tend to go online for the most basic banking functions, such as checking account balances and transferring funds; most still rely on human contact for more complicated issues like dispute resolution and financial advice. That is even the case in ...

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