This article from next week's print edition explores how, and why, credit unions may want to respond to the tablet revolution.
The 77,600 members of the $1 billion Advancial Federal Credit Union in Dallas are now being offered an Android app.
San Diego CU says more than 1,700 of 24,000 members signed up in first month, and more than a thousand checks deposited by mobile device.
Iowa-based EFT network says more than 200 financial institutions now offering alerts, balances service to card holders.
Bluepoint Solutions is rooting for the member business lending cap to be lifted, figuring it would be good for the imaging specialist’s business.
Anchorage credit union becomes state's first to offer smartphone check deposit for mobile banking.
Online banking's days on top are numbered. Technology writer Robert McGarvey lays out why in his latest Mobility Matters column.
Jack Henry & Associates Inc. said it has added remote check deposit functionality to its goDough mobile banking solution for credit unions and banks.
Bill pay functionality extended to Apple and Android devices.
Paper checks aren't going away and mobile remote deposit capture offers powerful way to connect with that reality.