Best Innovation Group First To Leverage Geezeo’s New Conversation Software Development Kit (Sdk) For Personal Financial Management

Submitted by Amy Hibbard on Mon, 10/29/2018 - 20:49

Braintree, MA, (October 29, 2018) - Geezeo, a leader in Fintech and data-driven solutions for financial institutions, has recently launched its Conversation Software Development Kit (SDK). Concurrently, Best Innovation Group (BIG), a technology innovation and development company, will leverage the Geezeo conversational SDK to expand their Financial Innovation Voice Experience (FIVE) voice banking platform with PFM capabilities.  

A New Bike To Celebrate A Great Relationship

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 04/29/2014 - 12:42
Regions Bank, Geezeo's largest client with over $140 billion in assets, surely is a savvy marketeer. Based in the South, for several years the regional bank has featured it's bike and bike brigade. Those of you in Region's markets have likely seen the bikes in TV spots and print ads, which launched as part of the Regions "Expect More" positioning, begun in 2007. So what does the bike mean?

A word from your cruise director

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 04/24/2014 - 15:57

It’s the last day of vacation and I’m writing this post from a Royal Caribbean cruise ship, somewhere near Great Abaco island in the Bahamas. My family is very loyal to Royal Caribbean, much more loyal than we’d ever be to our bank or credit union. I’m just being honest. And no, I’m not delirious from the Norovirus. In fact regardless of all the media hype I’ve never had it, nor do I know anyone who has.

The pros and cons of cash

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 03/21/2014 - 15:58

Pundits enjoy the topic of a cashless society and the prediction of the end of cash. It’s on old debate and it’s rather dated. A day does not go by that I don’t read an article or blog post about how we need to go cashless, or ultimately will go cashless. Personally, I seldom use cash and typically reach for my American Express Card, simply because it’s convenient and I can leverage the float and earn “cash back”.

The 4 Key Questions to Ask When Thinking About Voice

Submitted by Amy Hibbard on Fri, 06/07/2019 - 10:16

It seems that the hot topic in financial circles these days is artificial intelligence (AI), specifically voice-based apps.

Some of this is driven by the fact that Google and Amazon are leading the charge in that direction in shopping, music, and entertainment. But the fact is, if this nut can be cracked for banks and credit unions, it could be a game changer for the financial institutions and their customers.

Integration: Where the Rubber Hits the Road

Submitted by Amy Hibbard on Mon, 03/25/2019 - 17:50

It’s one thing to shop for a new fintech platform. It’s another to actually buy one.

Then it’s entirely another to integrate that platform into your current operations. This is the culmination of all that planning, researching, negotiating and spending.

It can be a very harrowing experience. Or, it can be a dynamic experience with a new and valuable client.

Plan an Emergency Fund with Your PFM

Submitted by Amy Hibbard on Mon, 02/25/2019 - 14:54

Drama-Free Emergencies and Stress-Free Fun with Your PFM

February is the shortest month, but it has a pair of what we call “sneak-up events” in it.

These are events like Valentine’s Day and the long President’s Day weekend that tend to catch you by surprise, since they usually sneak up on you and aren’t likely planned for in your budget. These tend to be the places where all your good budgeting and savings goals take the biggest hit.

Don’t Lose Your Head When Opening Your Heart

Submitted by Amy Hibbard on Fri, 02/08/2019 - 12:55

When thinking about holidays, is Valentine’s Day on your list for spending big? Well, it should be because last year, 135 million people in the US spent $30 billion on this holiday. It is important to try not to lose your head when you’re giving with your heart.

Granted, that’s easier said than done. As the infographic shows, Americans are expected to spend an average of $221 on Valentine’s Day. That’s a pretty special day.

The question is, are you prepared for it financially?