Recent reports allege substantial security flaws, especially in credit union apps. Developers disagree with the reports and say their apps are safe.
Mobile wallet venture announcement follows nine-month pilot in Salt Lake City and Austin.
There's a great market here. No, there's not. Opinions vary widely among vendors and credit unions alike.
No one-and-done: mFoundry purchase may be just the beginning of tech giant's bid to dominate mobile banking space.
The question is fundamental: which is faster, and easier? Inputting commands into a smartphone by typing on glass or by talking them into the device?
In this preview from next week's print edition, experts ponder whether mobile banking by voice command is ready for prime time.
Big banking tech companies recently have been hungrily gobbling up smaller companies and the question is, Will this consolidation continue? The other question, Is this good, or bad, for credit unions?
mFoundry, the mobile banking app specialist founded in 2004 that grew as rapidly as its space, has been sold to FIS.
Conferences, white papers, surveys, pilot programs, new applications all screamed the same refrain in 2012: mobile banking, mobile banking, mobile banking.
What are members doing on mobile? The data know.