The fate of brick and mortar banks and stores has been in question for years because of an increasing digital market. Despite these trends, there are still some who prefer to do business in person rather than online.
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You may still have tenants who prefer to pay their rent using paper checks. That could leave you with large batches of checks to process at the beginning of the month.
When you first think of transactions that would require a cashier to ask for identification, you probably think of Alcohol and Tobacco sales, but there are a lot more reasons to check ID. Not all “transactions” that require ID are in a retail setting.
If you process a lot of checks, having a reliable check scanner is a must. It saves you time and money. There are several ways that check scanners can help you save time and money while also reducing pressure on your employees and allowing them to focus on building rapport with your customers.
In the world of mobile banking and social distancing, RDC (remote deposit capture) is more important than ever. No longer a novelty, it is now a standard practice and essential to any bank. With technology like this available, it doesn’t make sense not to take advantage of it.
Well here I am revisiting my payment habits once again, and looking back at the opinions I expressed in the recent past. In early 2017, I reviewed an e-wallet called Satispay whose adoption rate was growing in Northern Italy, but whose use among the people I knew was still marginal.
As I begin retirement, I am deeply grateful for the opportunity I have enjoyed as CEO of Panini. This is a very special company that means so much to me.
My father told me the measure of a person’s character is not when things are going well – it’s measured by how one responds when things are not going well. The global COVID-19 pandemic has tested the character of Panini. I’m proud to say our team has met the challenge and demonstrated character of incredible integrity, tenacity, and perseverance.
For the past month, I have been volunteering at my local animal shelter as a member of the dog walking team. I have a rescue dog myself, so this is my way of giving back and giving thanks for the amazing gift Harper (my dog) is to me.
I hear my mom talking to her friends from the living room… yikes she’s talking about me: “They (i.e. me and my family, or perhaps that could extend to my generation?) share everything, I don’t know how they do that, it’s so different from my times… they tend to trust people.” She would never trust a stranger using her home, while I often do.
It’s not new that guessing how future branches will look is the ultimate headache; I myself have heard countless times the expression “branch of the future”, and our main customer banks are themselves struggling to put together different customer needs.
The Coronavirus created an unprecedented disruption to businesses of all types and sizes. The way of conducting business has changed and those who have adapted are seeing success, while those who are unwilling, or unable, to change face an uncertain future. Coronavirus also had some interesting impacts on Panini’s business.
Life has certainly changed for many of us due to the social distancing environment requirements of COVID 19. I am proud to work for Panini