Technology writer Robert McGarvey takes a look at some possibly dramatic innovations in store for the mobile banking channel in 2013.
Global study finds U.S. home to most frequent users of mobile banking.
Credit unions are winning in the fight to gain traction in mobile banking, but adoption rates have a long way to grow.
CU Times technology writer Robert McGarvey says it's time to quit being cheerleader for mobile banking and focus on improving the experience.
Mobile banking now is used by 33% of mobile consumers, per Javelin, a jump from the 24% who used it in 2011.
Ratings agency sees consumer shifts driving service emphasis change.
Credit union uses core processor COCC to go first with mobile for credit unions in the greater Stamford area.
Credit union membership today is undoubtedly diversifying. While this is a welcomed evolution, it requires supporting a growing number of diverse member expectations.
Nearly 40% of 2,084 people who participated in an online survey said they are using mobile banking, according to the the Missouri Credit Union Association.
The Raddon Financial Group’s Spring 2012 National Consumer Research study, which is based on 1,230 survey responses gathered in February of this year, showed that household mobile banking use has more than tripled in two years from 6% in 2010 to 20% in 2012.