A lot has changed since the first credit unions opened in 1852. Today, members manage their finances through a variety of digital platforms including PCs, tablets, and mobile phones.
This Opinion piece details ways to deploy in-house staff to encourage mobile banking adoption by members.
Mobile banking usage grows with mobile phone adoption, underbanked showing climbing interest.
PHOENIX — The loud message at a session on mobile banking at the BAI Payments Connect conference was, "Go big or go home."
CU Times technology writer Robert McGarvey says it's time to quit being cheerleader for mobile banking and focus on improving the experience.
By leveraging the key drivers of consumer adoption, credit unions can realize a faster rate of adoption that will establish mobile banking as the norm.
Survey says security concerns prompt many smartphone users to disable or not download some apps.
Security concerns slow down adoption across the pond.
Mobility Matters is by veteran tech reporter Robert McGarvey. This week's topics include stopping mobile fraudsters and the cool factor in tap-and-go.
Wake up and smell the hack. “Mobile banking, I would argue, presently, is significantly more secure than is online banking,” said Kevin Travis, a partner with Novantas, a New York-based management consulting firm.