Good apps are key to credit union survival, as the post-PC era dawns.
Good apps are key to survival, as the post-PC era dawns.
Call 2013 the breakthrough year where, suddenly, a mobile banking feature leaped into must- have status, as another feature – once much hyped – continued to fail to win significant adoption.
The $5.6 billion Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union's newly updated Android app provides members with an always-on, always-updated account balance widget featured on the device's home screen.
Texas credit union first to launch service from credit union software developer Vertifi.
EasCorp subsidiary adds Windows Mobile app to mobile remote deposit checking lineup.
Multiple depositing of same paycheck by mobile capture happens but industry insiders say it's not widespread.
Kentucky heist involving depositing items at a bank and cashing them at a store raises eyebrows.
The hot must-have technology in banking today has to be mobile remote-deposit capture, software that lets members take a photo of a check with a smartphone camera and, presto, it’s deposited into their account.
EasCorp CUSO said now seeing more than 200,000 deposits per month.