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.
Pittsburgh credit union offers mobile through text, browser and downloadable channels.
The $442 million Insight Credit Union in Orlando, Fla., has released a free mobile application that allows its 53,000 members to access their accounts using any Internet-enabled device.
A new report from Forrester Research argues that Hispanic American teenagers are particularly strong users of mobile technologies who don’t necessarily respond to mobile advertising.
Web-based solution eschews dowloadable apps.
The banking crisis of the past couple years has created both challenge and opportunity for credit unions as they adapt their IT tools to a new normal.
Fiserv Inc. said more than 3,300 financial institutions and 160,000 end users are now using its remote deposit capture solutions.