A new report finds that the use of electronic bill pay continues to grow sharply among Americans but that there's still plenty of paper in the mail.
Aite Group says e-billing accounts for nearly half of bills paid, double that of paper mail.
Fiserv Inc. said in a new report that mobile bill pay usage is growing, with more than 6 million Americans using smartphones to pay bills in the past year.
Mobile bill pay usage is growing, with more than six million Americans using smartphones to pay bills in the past year, according to Fiserv Inc.’s 2011 Billing Household Survey.
Online Resources contract calls for deployment of Architect retail banking software and extends bill pay service.
Online Resources Corp. of Chantilly, Va., said it has signed the $2 billion Northwest Federal Credit Union in Herndon, Va., to a multi-year agreement for online banking and bill pay solutions.
Conversion to take place in 2012, company and credit union said.
Mobile banking adoption continues to rise sharply among credit unions, according to a major vendor to the industry.
Vendor says triple play of texting, Web browser and downloadable app now the preferred route for new adopters.
The 3,000 credit unions and banks on the Fiserv bill pay network can now offer a link for Discover cardholders to pay that bill through their financial institution’s online banking site.