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.
Five credit unions are now offering their members a mobile app for their Kindle Fire tablets through CU Mobile Apps at the Amazon Apps Store.
LAS VEGAS — Who owns the customer? The customer owns the customer, said Kausik Rajgopal, a McKinsey partner and a panelist at BAI Payments Connect 2012, the annual trade show that aims to bring together payments innovators with financial institutions.
Mobility Matters is by veteran tech reporter Robert McGarvey. This week's topics include launches in New York, Texas and some thoughts about RDC.
The message Fiserv executive Mark Sievewright delivered last week at the New Jersey Credit Union League's annual Reality Check Conference in Atlantic City, N.J., was loud and succinct: We are hip-deep in the digital era and, ready or not, the bits and bytes are rising fast. There is no real...
Imagine paying your house payment while riding in a double decker bus in London or making your Visa payment while waiting for a plane.
The wardrobe options may have been what initially drew Denise Wymore, vice president of member loyalty at Santa Fe, N.M.-based Del Norte Credit Union to credit unions, but the ability to make a real difference in people’s lives has been what has kept her going 31 years later.
Credit unions, it’s time to rethink online cross-selling.
A credit union mobile app for the new Kindle Fire electronic tablet will be released soon by CU Mobile Apps, a startup provider of mobile apps for Android and iPhone devices.
CU Mobile Apps says app for new tablet available by end of first quarter 2012.