SAN JOSE, Calif. – Mobile technology levels the competitive playing field.
Firm says it’s building on the popularity of mobile deposit capture in the consumer market.
Firm debuts restrictive endorsement tools to prevent double dip check cashing.
Multiple depositing of same paycheck by mobile capture happens but industry insiders say it's not widespread.
New solution will allow members to open accounts by smartphone.
Last month, the $780 million 3Rivers Federal Credit Union of Fort Wayne, Ind., became the nation’s first credit union to launch Picture Pay.
Many credit union members around the country have been enjoying the ease of mobile banking for the past year or so, but until recently, some entrepreneurs still had to schlep to the branch to make a deposit.
Nearly 90% of the U.S. adult population has a mobile phone and more than 108 million Americans have an Internet-enabled smartphone, according to a new Federal Reserve study, Consumers and Mobile Financial Services 2013.
Google Wallet all but dead, picture pay shows promise and more emerge from Finovate's spring show in San Francisco.
Technology writer Robert McGarvey takes a look at some possibly dramatic innovations in store for the mobile banking channel in 2013.