SAN FRANCISCO — Winner or loser at financial technology show? Depends on who you ask.
San Antonio credit union calls it a first in the market.
Wide variety of CO-OP's services now available on iPad.
Consumers are increasingly tapping their smartphones and tablets to manage their money, a trend that may push personal financial management tools into the mainstream and open new opportunities for credit unions to help their members in real time.
California credit union travels to Microsoft headquarters in Washington state to celebrate launch with one of its major SEGs.
New app adds to first-in-market mobile bill pay and RDC, Los Angeles credit union says.
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Popmoney now allows person-to-person transfers within mobile banking app, company says.
William Bynum, CEO of the 28,000 member, $161 million Hope Federal Credit Union, believes the Jackson, Miss.-based credit union’s new mobile app is the first step in what he and the credit union foresee as an effort to make widespread banking and financial management solutions available to lower income people...
Bill pay functionality extended to Apple and Android devices.