Monday Metric: Customer Centricity In Banking

By Rosa Chang, Rahul Gupta, Bernard Kenny, and Manohar

This week’s analysis focuses on the issue of customer centricity in  banking.

Creating and unlocking value in an organization starts with knowing precisely where things stand, and where the opportunities for improvement lie.  To help, SAP’s Performance Benchmarking group publishes a short analysis each Monday, highlighting hot industry topics and high-impact strategies. 

KEY QUESTION: “What are your biggest strategic priorities in 2013?”

Customer Centricity in Banking

% of Participants Ranking “High (4)” or “Very High” (5) as priority

Source: SAP Performance Benchmarking (https://valuemanagement.sap.com)

KEY TAKEAWAY: Customer Centricity in Banking

Banks today are working hard to reduce operational costs and improve organizational efficiency while also improving their customer focus.  For many, however, there still is a lot of room for improvement in customer centricity.

For instance, 100% of companies participating in the initial phase of an SAP benchmarking survey said having a unified 360-degree view of their customers is essential to provide a consistent experience across products and channels.

Nonetheless, only 27% reported having such a capability fully in place.  Similarly, only 20% said they can consistently use customer information (customer profitability, behavior, risk, etc.) to create personalized pricing models – and yet all participants cited it as extremely important. 

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