Mobile

Research Report - Mobile Apps for Banking 2016

This 179-page report analyzes in detail the strengths and weaknesses of the mobile apps and Apple Watch apps offered by 35 leading banks worldwide. Six digital challenger banks were also included in the analysis. In total, more than 140 apps were evaluated. It includes comprehensive profiles of each bank’s mobile apps offering, 16 best practices for mobile apps features and recommendations on how a winning banks’s mobile app should look.... more >

Mobile Apps for Wealth Management Report 2016

This 179-page report analyzes in detail the strengths and weaknesses of the mobile apps relevant to wealthy clients of the 30 leading wealth managers worldwide. In total, more than 60 mobile apps were evaluated. It includes comprehensive profiles of each wealth manager’s mobile apps offering, 15 best practices for mobile apps features and recommendations on how a winning wealth manager’s mobile app should look... more >

Apple Watch and Banking Report

This rigorous and detailed report offers an extensive analysis of the current status as well as the future of banking apps offered for the Apple Watch. The report offers a detailed analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the Apple Watch apps from 22 leading retail banks worldwide according to nine basic features in the fields of functionalities, features and design. The Apple Watch app products from these banks are ranked and 17 best practices are highlighted.... more >

Benchmarking of Top35-Banks Mobile Apps

Banking apps are still failing to engage customers, and in today’s fast-paced mobile technology environment, banks remain preoccupied with the provision of core features. This 306-page report tells you all you need to know to develop, optimize and implement a winning banking app strategy. This 306-page report analysed the strengths and weaknesses of the mobile apps of the 35 largest retail banks worldwide in detail. In total more 111 mobile apps plus 19 Apple Watch apps were evaluated.... more >

Benchmarking of Top30-Wealth Managers Mobile Apps 2015

Wealth managers have made little progress over the last year in offering their high-net-worth clientele exclusive mobile apps. Despite the fact that mobile devices are now more popular among high-net-worth individuals than PCs and notebooks. Our report analyzes in 250 pages in detail the strengths and weaknesses of the mobile apps of 30 leading wealth managers worldwide. Based on 53 criteria grouped into eight main categories of evaluation, the report benchmarks core features, security; strategy... more >

Research Briefing 05/2015

The Apple Watch has been described as watch-like, but more of an extension to a phone. Will it play a leading role as part of a broader wearables trend thanks to Apple’s leading edge marketing? Will this be the start of wearable wealth management and a new era for mobile banking apps?... more >

Digital Solutions for Financial Advisors and Wealth Managers

Wealth managers’ traditional model of providing financial advice is under attack by computers with increasingly cognitive abilities, but they can fend off these threats by applying the right technology. This rigorous and detailed 144-page report tells you all you need to know for assessing what an optimal digital and mobile solution for financial advisors should look like and what the strengths and weaknesses of the 15 software vendors are... more >

Global Survey of Mobile Disruption in Wealth Management 2014

This in-depth 396-page report provides the data and analysis required to make the right decisions on how to best serve affluent and high-net-worth individuals in the US, Germany, France, the UK, and China with mobile and digital technologies. In addition, the report compares the requirements of the survey respondents to the reality of today’s banking apps.... more >

Benchmarking of Top30 Wealth Managers Mobile Apps

Wealth managers do not tap sufficiently the potential to engage with clients, talk to clients, sell to clients and win new clients via their mobile touch points. Our report analyzes in 190 pages in detail the strengths and weaknesses of the mobile apps of 30 leading fund managers worldwide. Based on 47 criteria grouped into eight main categories of evaluation, the report benchmarks the availability of mobile apps; core functions for clients; security and privacy; support features... more >

Benchmarking of Top20-Fund Management Mobile Apps

Seen in the light of the potential that mobile apps offer to investment fund companies, the small number of companies that have actually invested in apps for investors is truly surprising. Our report analyzes in158 pages in detail the strengths and weaknesses of the mobile apps of 20 leading fund managers worldwide. Based on 28 criteria grouped into nine main categories of evaluation, the report benchmarks the availability of information; support features for clients; communication;... more >

Benchmarking of Top40-Banks Mobile Apps

After taking great strides in the development of their mobile banking products in preceding years, the majority of the banks’ app portfolios appear to have stagnated in this year’s review. Few banks managed to overhaul their apps or develop fresh mobile solutions, and numerous apps became outdated or simply vanished. This 295-page report evalautes in detail more than 170 mobile of 40 leading retail banks worldwide... more >

Mobile Solutions Vendor Report 2014

Mobile solutions for financial advisors to support client interaction and the advisory process will become one of the most industry-disruptive, but potentially most rewarding developments in the wealth management sector. This rigorous and detailed 95-page report tells you all you need to know for assessing what an optimal mobile solution for financial advisors should look like and what the strengths and weaknesses of the leading software vendors are.... more >

Benchmarking of Top30-Wealth Managers Mobile Apps 2013

Wealth Managers are making significant progress towards providing their wealthy clients with apps that equip them for a mobile world and yet there remain critical shortcomings in the range of mobile functions offered. These are key findings of the new report “Mobile Apps for Wealth Management 2013” for which the Swiss research company MyPrivateBanking Research analysed and ranked, in total, more than 100 mobile apps of 30 leading wealth managers worldwide.... more >

Benchmarking of Top50-Banks Mobile Apps

The overall quality of mobile apps for banking is increasing but there is still a critical lack of more advanced, user-friendly features and content. This 270-page report analysed the strengths and weaknesses of the mobile apps of the 50 largest banks worldwide in detail. In total more than 200 mobile apps were evaluated. ... more >

Mobile Solutions Vendor Report 2013

Mobile solutions for financial advisors to support client interaction and the advisory process will become one of the most industry-disruptive, but potentially most rewarding developments in the wealth management sector. This rigorous and detailed 95-page report tells you all you need to know for assessing what an optimal mobile solution for financial advisors should look like and what the strengths and weaknesses of the leading software vendors are. ... more >

Benchmarking of Global Top 30 Insurance Firms' Mobile Apps

The challenge of the mobile app revolution for insurance companies will be to offer, across multiple access channels, a platform that allows clients and others to make claims, get quotes, receive critical information plus advice and be entertained, wherever and whenever they wish. This reports analyzes in detail the strengths and weaknesses of the mobile apps of the 30 largest insurance companies worldwide. Overall, more than 70 insurance apps are analyzed in-depth ... more >
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