Core Banking, Financial Management

Personalized Customer Mapping: A way ahead in BFSI

February 22, 2023

Personalized Customer Mapping: A way ahead in BFSI
Today’s consumer is smart, tech savvy and mobile friendly with digital sources of information at hand. The upcoming fintechs and non-banking startups pose a challenge to the way traditional banks operate, while customer expectations evolve sooner than they are documented. On the other hand, as the understanding of technology improves, banking customer demographics change with customers expecting for more sophisticated experiences.

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Enova is a web-based consumer lending company located in downtown Chicago. What began as a dynamic management team, with roots in Silicon Valley and Wall Street, has grown at a tremendous pace since its inception. Today, we are proud to have over 800 Enova team members serving millions of customers in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, and Canada. At Enova, we believe everyone should have access to simple and trustworthy financial services, regardless of their credit history. That’s why we’re dedicated to providing convenient and licensed financial services that allow our customers to face their financial needs responsibly.

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