Speaking recently at the New Jersey Credit Union League’s Reality Check conference, John Lass put it bluntly on the direction of mobile banking.
Imagine paying your house payment while riding in a double decker bus in London or making your Visa payment while waiting for a plane.
A new Aite Group report advises financial institutions to prepare themselves to fight mobile fraud, something the Boston-based think firm says will increase alongside mobile banking adoption.
Texas CU began offering iPhone, iPad, Android solutions in April, nearly doubling member adoption.
A new report from Forrester Research states mobile banking adoption in Canada has jumped by eight percentage points in two years. According to surveys the firm conducted with more than 5,000 online Canadian adults, the percentage of Canadian consumers who use online banking was 1% in 2008 and 9% in...
Canadians showing love for mobile banking.
Security concerns are apparently holding back mobile banking adoption, which appears to have plateaued, according to a new report.
Smartphone adoption is exploding but mobile banking isn’t along with it, primarily because of security concerns, a new report says.
Mobile banking adoption continues to rise sharply among credit unions, according to a major vendor to the industry.
While an estimated 90% of U.S. consumers use mobile phones, far fewer use them for banking. In fact, a Gartner report released in June said that out of the group studied, only 15% had used mobile banking in the past month.