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84%
84% of prospects are eligible for the banks most profitable products.
70%
over 70% complete the guides vs 1 in 10 in most marketing campaigns.
3X
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3M
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By: Mitchell Orlowsky JUNE 27TH, 2014 Competition is heating up in the world of business banking. New entrants such as Square, Wal-Mart and PayPal are serving notice to traditional banks—evolve or die—and the board has taken notice. Business banking sales is now a board-level issue. In order to compete with non-banking competitors, banks need to be able to consistently recommend and sell...
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