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.
Credit unions will need to continue to seek out and provide a full – and expanding – range of services if they wish to position themselves as their members’ payment provider of choice in 2012.
Silicon Valley CU first in the nation to enable real-time, P2P payments from ATM.
PayPal has announced a deal with ATM manufacturer NCR that moves it more deeply into the payments arena. The predominantly online and mobile phone based payments company announced a suite of services aimed at the retail sector last month.
PayPal and NCR have announced a deal to enable person-to-person payments to be sent from an ATM.
A new person-to-person payments solution is being launched by Harland Financial Solutions and Harland Clarke.
Des Moines-based payments innovator also eyeing extending business beyond Iowa.
Iowa P2P startup goes with Maryland CUSO for infrastructure hosting.
Jacksonville, Fla., credit union adds person-to-person service to online offerings.
Deal eliminates competition between P2P offerings, better positions company for battle with other contenders large and small.