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Indianapolis credit union notches 1,101 users in first month of soft launch.
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Few people have ridden the growing wave of mobile banking – or perhaps helped drive it – more than Drew Sievers.
In the span of just 12 months, a revolution in financial transactions has occurred. Mobile banking has shifted from nice to have to must have at credit unions across the country as a stampede of institutions have embraced the idea that members demand the convenience of banking from the palm...
mFoundry and MasterCard are preparing to offer cardholders the ability to use their smartphones for contactless payments.
MasterCard said its cardholders will soon be able to use their smartphones for contactless payments, using mobile banking technology from mFoundry.
Company claims 100 new credit union, bank customers for its mobile banking solution since June.
Listen hard and it as though you can hear the rush of credit unions to adopt mobile banking. It is coming that fast.
Vancouver, Wash., CU says 6.6% of its online bankers sign up for new mobile service in first week.