A $45 billion retail bank hired The Kellogg Group to hire and train new personnel, re-train existing personnel, measure the profitability of its 1000-unit ATM network, develop a strategy for highly lucrative casino-based ATMs, perform hardware evaluations and price negotiations for off-premise deployments, prepare profitability analysis for a distribution- and fee-based deployment of 200 interior and exterior well-branded cash dispenser and full-service ATMs in a drug/convenience chain.
An $11 billion thrift asked The Kellogg Group to evaluate the deployment of off-premise ATMs in Greater New York for fee and distribution purposes. While performing profitability analysis, uncovered unfavorable vendor pricing and unprofitable operational practices. Developed an RFP for ATM/card processing and evaluated vendor responses.
A major oil retailer contracted The Kellogg Group to develop and execute a strategy to deploy ATMs in 23,000 service stations and convenience stores. The multi-month process included two separate RFPs for 100+ interested parties, a bidders information conference, evaluation of 30+ responses, cross-company team selection of final vendors, onsite vendor visits, contract and price negotiations of interim and final agreements, deployment planning. The program also included innovative revenue enhancements for national bank branding and local advertising programs.
A financial services consulting firm for community banks asked The Kellogg Group to report results of extensive client research on the impact of implementing new technologies, then published the reports to guide clients on decisions related to telephone banking, Internet banking, debit cards and ATMs.
A worldwide ATM manufacturer asked The Kellogg Group to assist with numerous projects, including the design of an easy-to-install, easy-to-operate, easy-on-the-pocketbook product, the introduction of an (ALM) automated loan machine partner relationship, and more.
A Boston-based thrift contracted with The Kellogg Group to explore the customer, operations, financial and competitive issues of a proposed in-store banking strategy with a local supermarket chain.