While more people are using online services, Mansfield said local branches still offer assistance with more complex transactions. She said online banking will never replace local banking, but it can give more people options when banking.
As for what's next in banking technology, Mansfield said the possibilities are endless.
“I don’t know what will be next,” Mansfield said with a laugh. “Your smartphone will spit out money, I don’t know.”
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