A refreshed website and new online and mobile banking functionality are included in a technology upgrade for members of the $815 million San Francisco Federal Credit Union.
The mobile banking technology of CU Mobile Apps will now be offered to client credit unions of CU*Answers, the Grand Rapids, Mich., CUSO said.
The 14,000 members of the $108 million Advantage One Credit Union in the downriver Detroit community of Brownstown, Mich., will be offered mobile banking services through Card Services for Credit Unions.
The 89,400 members of the $6.1 billion Star One Credit Union in Sunnyvale, Calif., are now being offered mobile banking services through technology from Tyfone of Portland, Ore.
Downriver Detroit credit union offers mobile through CSCU/MShift partnership.
A revolution is brewing in the payments industry. The future of payments technology is now in the hands of consumers in the form of their mobile devices and smart phones.
As mobile banking has matured over the last year or so, new features such as P2P and apps make this feature a must-have for credit unions looking to attract new members of any age.
Few people have ridden the growing wave of mobile banking – or perhaps helped drive it – more than Drew Sievers.
Included will be a mobile browser and downloadable shortcuts for iPhone and Android devices.
Service now includes BlackBerry and Android apps, mobile Web browser and text banking, plus upgrade to iPhone app Alabama CU rolled out last year.