No one-and-done: mFoundry purchase may be just the beginning of tech giant's bid to dominate mobile banking space.
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.
Mississippi institution says remote deposit checking feature particularly important in areas with sparse brick and mortar options.
Yakima and Salem credit unions make their move.
Illinois credit union now reporting high adoption rate for mobile app it introduced earlier this year.
CU Times technology writer Robert McGarvey says it's time to quit being cheerleader for mobile banking and focus on improving the experience.
New York credit union says 1,000 members downloaded it in first two weeks, used it 700 times for more than $200,000 in deposits.
The hot must-have technology in banking today has to be mobile remote-deposit capture, software that lets members take a photo of a check with a smartphone camera and, presto, it’s deposited into their account.