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Pricing and Product

Novantas helps banks maximize fees and net interest income through enhanced pricing techniques, analytics and intelligence.

Our pricing models, best practices and tools help clients realize significant and sustainable improvements in profit and revenue.

Product and pricing strategies have been a core competency of Novantas since our founding. We maintain our leadership by delivering superior insight from our benchmarks on customer and product behavior that effect tangible product improvements – all in a common language for benefit across constituencies.

Advancing strategies to position product classes, pricing structures and bespoke offerings is key to avoiding commoditization in this increasingly competitive industry.

Our focus areas include:

  • Consumer Deposit Pricing
  • Direct Bank Deposit Gathering
  • Commercial Deposit Pricing
  • Treasury Management Fee Pricing

Our focus areas include:

  • Consumer Deposit Pricing
  • Direct Bank Deposit Gathering
  • Commercial Deposit Pricing
  • Treasury Management Fee Pricing

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