The financial institution's Control Tower system allows clients to better view and comprehend their financial footprint and use important functions to manage their funds right away

Navigating online banking platforms is crucial for everyday life, but a common pain point can be understanding where the funds involved in various different transaction are located. Bank Wells Fargo is looking to make it easier than ever for its customers to manage their accounts with its new Control Tower digital experience.

The new platform is available on both the desktop and mobile versions of the Wells Fargo system and lets customers look at their accounts, recurring payments they've set up and even their mobile wallets to have more complete control over their financial footprint. It also lets them turn off their various cards as needed from one central location. The goal was to simplify the experience for the customer, so clients could easily navigate the service.

“As consumers’ lives have become increasingly digital, managing finances has only become more complex and cluttered,” says Jim Smith, head of Wells Fargo Virtual Channels. “With Control Tower, Wells Fargo is simplifying the process by providing customers a more comprehensive view of their digital footprint and the ability to turn access to their Wells Fargo Debit or Credit Card on and off with the swipe of a button.”

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Navigating online banking platforms is crucial for everyday life, but a common pain point can be understanding where the funds involved in various different transaction are located. Bank Wells Fargo is looking to make it easier than ever for its customers to manage their accounts with its new Control Tower digital experience.

The new platform is available on both the desktop and mobile versions of the Wells Fargo system and lets customers look at their accounts, recurring payments they've set up and even their mobile wallets to have more complete control over their financial footprint. It also lets them turn off their various cards as needed from one central location. The goal was to simplify the experience for the customer, so clients could easily navigate the service.