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Wells Fargo & Company launches a new digital banking platform, Vantage

By Edlyn Cardoza

December 07, 2022

  • Commercial Banking
  • Commercial Electronic Office
  • Corporate Banking
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Wells Fargo & Company, Vantage, Commercial Banking, Corporate Banking, Investment Banking, Commercial Electronic Office, Digital Transformation, USAWells Fargo & Company unveiled Vantage, a new digital banking platform for Commercial Banking and Corporate & Investment Banking clients. Previously known as the Commercial Electronic Office or CEO Portal – Vantage offers enhanced features to drive a more personalised experience through artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) that meet the financial needs of businesses in any stage of growth. Whether it’s a startup in its series A funding round or one of the world’s largest companies, Vantage scales right along with a client, offering a one-stop-shop digital banking experience.

“Our Commercial and Corporate clients’ banking needs evolve over time, which is why we’re delighted to launch Vantage℠, a digital banking platform that simplifies and personalizes their experience so that they can stay focused on what’s most important – growing and improving their businesses,” said Reetika Grewal, head of Digital for Commercial Banking and Corporate & Investment Banking clients. “Vantage℠ uses cutting-edge AI and ML to offer a tailored and intuitive platform based on a client’s specific needs.”

The platform will use AI to provide recommendations and next steps based on each client’s specific needs and drive an increasingly insightful experience. Additionally, ML is leveraged to continually refine meaningful personalisation and ensure scalability, allowing businesses to grow the platform right along with their business.

The recent announcement marks a continuation of Wells Fargo’s holistic digital transformation, as signified by the rollout of a new consumer mobile app earlier this year and the development of Fargo, its new virtual assistant. These enhanced digital capabilities are just the start of many initiatives in Wells Fargo’s multiyear plan to become digital-first and reinvent personal finance. Understanding client needs is a core part of how Wells Fargo fortifies its client relationships, and the business understands that its technology portfolio must meet these demands.

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