“Most financial institutions measure from too narrow a perspective, including only items such as Web site traffic and online and mobile enrollments,” said Jason Weinick, senior analyst for Intuit Financial Services. “By adding the metrics that matter, such as relationship depth, debit card usage and demographics, financial institutions get the data they need to get a complete financial analysis and ultimately increase their bottom line.”
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