Tablets are taking over and credit unions need to get on board. That's one takeaway from this week's Mobility Matters column by Robert McGarvey.
BALTIMORE — Call this the loud message out of NACHA 2012: Financial institutions can choose to innovate. Or to die. And the pressures are higher on community banks and credit unions for a painful reason.
BALTIMORE — The NACHA session opened with dramatic video. Microsoft lawyers accompanied by U.S. marshals swooped into a characterless office building in Scranton, Pa., where they proceeded to seize computers that had been used to host giant botnet networks of zombie computers that–unbeknownst to their owners–were under the control of...
Here are seven quick looks at takeaway topics covered at the NACHA PAYMENTS 2012 conference April 29-May 2 in Baltimore.
BALTIMORE — Waving an iPhone, Fiserv executive Gary Brand told the NACHA audience: "This changes everything."
BALTIMORE — PayPal, NCR and Technology Credit Union to roll out ATMs that provide P2P for a fee.
BALTIMORE — "We want people to know we're not the devil," financial innovations chief at PayPal tells Credit Union Times.
BALTIMORE — Call it “the digital transformation of financial services,” said Geoff Knapp, a presenter at NACHA’s PAYMENTS 2012 conference and Fiserv vice president.
BALTIMORE — Good news is that consumers like their credit unions; bad news is that they like technology, too, and banks lead there.
BALTIMORE — What’s wrong with P2P? That plaintive question shaped the presentation Monday at the PAYMENTS 2012 conference.