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  • How to Compete in Today's Tough Credit Card Market

    posted by Eric Schurr on Tuesday, June 13, 2017 The credit card industry has become increasingly competitive. What was once just a payment method – a short-term loan – is now a full consumer experience threaded with rewards programs, fraud protections and too-good-to-be-true promotional offers.

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  • Navigating Compliance during a Credit Card Conversion

    posted by Julie Wigg, Project Services Team Lead on Wednesday, May 31, 2017 Compliance and regulations can seem like a daunting piece of the puzzle when considering converting a credit card portfolio. However, CARD Act regulations are an important piece of the planning processes for financial institutions anticipating a conversion from one credit card issuer to the next.

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  • 4 Facebook Tips for Financial Marketers

    posted by Robin Caddell, Senior Marketing Manager on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 Forever on the hunt for new acquisition channels, financial marketers are anxious to see how Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram and others might fill their funnel of applicants. Financial product comparison sites, content-driven options and mobile apps are other digital channels earning a slice of the budget from inquisitive financial marketers.

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  • Is Your Digital Campaign Really as Effective as it Looks?

    posted by Robin Caddell, Senior Marketing Manager on Thursday, May 4, 2017 Simply by the high-traffic nature of the channels deployed within them, digital campaigns will yield greater numbers. But, is a higher number of leads really what you're after?

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  • 2 Missed Opportunities Common to Credit Card Portfolios

    posted by Corey Skadburg, Director of Credit & Risk on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 Credit card conversions often come as a result of a credit union or community bank learning of missed opportunities within their portfolio. Today, we see most of these discoveries falling into two categories: pricing and/or credit limits.

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