The client is an alliance between local banks throughout Norway, designed to supply competitive financial products and services. This allows small, local banks to take advantage of economies of scale, without sacrificing their distinct community connections. The client works across insurance, savings, pension, finance, payment cards and real estate broker services.
The digital team had two main issues to solve:
The team decided to run and test Task Analytics on three of their sites, covering two banks and their main corporate site.
Task Analytics measured the Task Completion Rate of visitors on a daily basis, building awareness of the most common visitor tasks. With the Task Completion Rate, the client gained a specific and actionable KPI that was easy to grasp and explain to everyone across the organization.
The award- winning Task Analytics dashboard made sharing insights with employees from all business units a breeze, and employees felt motivated to visit the dashboard frequently to see if changes had a positive effect on task completion. The dashboard displayed visitor intent and task completion metrics, as well as in-depth qualitative feedback.
The client discovered that content intended to help visitors with specific tasks (logging in, for example) was ineffective, simply because customers could not find the content. 96% of those looking for log-in help couldn’t find it.
Examining this content in detail showed it was a lengthy document with lots to read - especially for users with a mobile device. Conclusion was that both the content itself and the ease of navigation needed to improve.
The client digital team was able to pivot from guesswork to hard facts about their users’ online experience, and just as importantly, were able to align the entire organization around that data. They now had a big-picture view of user experience, on a simple platform that continuously monitored user experience to ensure published content worked as it should.
The team also realized that the highly siloed nature of the organization was part of the reason they had difficulty focusing on customer needs. Even if everyone did their job properly, their efforts weren’t aligned if they didn’t have the same customer experience in mind. Now they could work as one team across roles and departments.