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By Paul Lunow

Nepos Secures Private Co-Investment in Sum of EUR 300,000

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Dear Companists,

We are pleased to announce that we have signed a Letter of Intent with one of the largest German banks. As a result, our shareholders decided to increase their shares: They are investing another EUR 300,000 in Nepos in parallel to the Companisto campaign.

 

Letter of Intent with one of the largest German banks

The bank’s name is still confidential. However, we can reveal the content of the letter of intent: We agreed on a trustworthy and long-term cooperation for the joint marketing of online banking content via the Nepos products. We are also planning the joint distribution of Nepos tablets in a larger bank branch in order to enable older customers to carry out everyday banking services such as account balance enquiries and transfers online and conveniently from home. If successful, the product is tob e “rolled out” via the other branches. The bank has a customer base of more than one million customers in the relevant target group age 65+.

 

Content of online banking tests

How did this agreement come about? We examined every idea and prototype with our target group in various tests from the start. To do so, we sought out partners to test concrete processes and to determine user requirements on the basis of real use cases. This is how the cooperation started. Our tests focused on optimal user guidance for conventional banking procedures such as “carrying out a bank transfer,” “checking the account balance,” or “finding the account statements.” We improved upon our user interface (UI+) based on the results and feedback.

 

Nepos UI+ is considered to be particularly secure

We were particularly pleased that some test users, who had previously categorically rejected online banking, changed their minds during the tests. The older ladies and gentlemen were to make a transfer via the original home banking page of a large German bank (the brand was visible to the users) and via the Nepos Tablet. In the end, the majority of testers found Nepos UI+ to be the safer system. Why? Because the testers could move through the menu without difficulty. Own insecurities are projected onto the systems, which is why clear, comprehensible menu navigation is so indispensable.

 

The success story continues - become a part of it through Companisto.

 

With kind regards,

Paul & Florian



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