6 Copy-Paste Questions for your Next Digital Banking RFP
Banks and credit unions often evaluate the digital banking landscape to understand the multiple solutions in the space, the unique features they offer, and how a prospective new digital banking provider can differentiate their institution from the competition. Typically, these analyses are presented through RFPs, or request for proposals, where the bank or credit union looks at solutions and capabilities through the lens of their goals and objectives. While every institution and RFP is unique for this reason, there are often fundamental questions and considerations that should be included to ensure the optimal platform is selected.
The questions you ask are critical and should tell your story. Many RFPs focus on features, functionality, and price, and although these are important points, consider asking more focused questions that align with your long-term strategy.