Odysseas Papadimitriou, CEO of the credit card comparison website CardHub.com and a personal finance consultant. predicted that large credit card issuers will likely make more credit available in 2013 and that consumers will not rush to sign on to any of the latest mobile wallet technologies.
Opportunity to build enduring relationships by leveraging the mobile channel is within reach. But credit unions must act now, before their members direct their payments elsewhere.
With approximately 70 million possible tablet users by year end and 4.6 billion smartphones being used worldwide, it’s safe to say credit union members are mobile.
Keeping the attention of mobile visitors is no easy task. Here are some ways to help make that happen.
The 388,000 members of the $4 billion Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union are now being offered two new mobile banking applications.
Software developed by EasCorp subsidiary Vertifi Software LLC.
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A primer for credit unions facing the mobile banking triple play question.
Online banking vendor expands mobile lineup, says 400,000 Droids now activated daily.
The sheer speed with which the iPad has become a household name has been remarkable, analysts and industry observers said, and that success has