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The 2016 Tradestreaming Awards winners: Online Banking

  • Tradestreaming identified the top online banking technology.
  • This year's winners will be presented at the Tradestreaming Money 2016 conference on November 14.
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The 2016 Tradestreaming Awards winners: Online Banking

Online banking offerings are enjoying somewhat of a renaissance as incumbent financial players work hard to provide the functionality and experiences their customers expect.

The Tradestreaming Awards recognize the talent, energy, and vision that are required to create great digital financial products. The following are our inaugural winners in the online banking category.

Best Online Consumer Bank

Awarding the top online consumer bank or bank-like technology that touches customers, provides a rich and innovative user experience and has found a way to scale. Pure play digital banks and online arms of incumbent banks are both candidates.

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WINNER: Chase Mobile Banking

JPMorgan Chase has done a great job of creating one of the best online banking apps by enlisting the help of top designers and technologists. The user-friendly Chase app gives clients of the bank access to bill pay, money transfer, account management, and check deposit.

Best Online Banking Tools

Awarding the best tools that complement online banking experiences, including personal finance managers, savings apps, and similar technologies.

rbs

WINNER: RBS DigiDocs

RBS DigiDocs is the UK’s first omnichannel document solution. Customers of the bank don’t need to enter a branch to sign account docs. Instead, they can use DigiDocs to sign and return important paperwork. Internally, DigiDocs offers RBS a streamlined way to process their customers’ docs. 92% of RBS customers polled said they were “statisfied” or “very satisfied” with the solution.

Best New Entrant Into Online Banking

Awarding the most transformative and creative new offering in the online banking arena.

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WINNER: Digit

Digit is a fintech app that proactively monitors spending to find opportunities to squirrel money away to a savings account. After connecting to a user’s bank account, Digit saves a little bit of money every few days. Through an automated chat interface, users can transfer money out of their Digit accounts for spending on big ticket items.
Come join these award winners at our first Tradestreaming Money Conference as we explore the impact technology is having on big finance.

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