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Michael Harrington

Michael Harrington is the digital marketing manager here at MX. He has worked in the digital marketing space for 4 years, and has a passion for the industry and finding innovative solutions for problems. In addition to marketing, Michael is known for his skills on the saxophone and (believe it or not) his beatboxing prowess.

Recent Posts

[Webinar] The Morality and Mechanics of Using Data in Financial Services

By Michael Harrington on Jun 2, 2017 12:04:30 PM

Financial services is currently undergoing a major shift, and data is at its center. But how should you be using data? How do you pick the right provider? How do you find the time and resources to make the shift to a data-centered culture?

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[Webinar] Turning Internal Data Into Revenue

By Michael Harrington on May 3, 2017 10:20:19 AM

Financial institutions are ignoring their most powerful tool: their own internal data. This data is packed with competitor insights, potential threats, and low-hanging fruit.

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Maximizing Money Management

By Michael Harrington on Apr 20, 2017 10:16:19 AM

Check out the new features available to institutions through the new partnership between FIS & MX. 

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Cultural Innovation in an Increasingly Digital World

By Michael Harrington on Dec 9, 2015 1:42:35 PM

How has digital banking impacted specific roles within the financial services industry? In order to answer this question we surveyed 200+ financial service professionals and wrote our latest ebook which summarizes our findings. You can find the ebook here

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User Experience is the New Customer Service

By Michael Harrington on Sep 17, 2015 2:30:55 PM

Is the digital experience you are offering your account holders sufficient to stay on the cutting edge of innovation? 

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