Colorado credit union adds bill pay, enhance PFM and integrates functions for mobile bankers.
Tablets are taking over and credit unions need to get on board. That's one takeaway from this week's Mobility Matters column by Robert McGarvey.
Digital Federal Credit Union in Marlborough, Mass., said it is the first reported credit union to process more than $1 billion in remote check deposits from individual consumers.
Included will be a mobile browser and downloadable shortcuts for iPhone and Android devices.
Consultancy says global survey suggests willingness to pay for social media, electronic wallet services.
The $985 million AmeriCU Credit Union in Rome, N.Y., has introduced new downloadable apps for its mobile bankers.
Fundtech Ltd. said many senior executives at its banking customers think cyber crime will never be controlled and even more think their customers would switch for better security.
Listen hard and it as though you can hear the rush of credit unions to adopt mobile banking. It is coming that fast.
As smartphone popularity grows – and not just across Gen Y, but all generations – some experts say so does the demand for mobile banking functionality.
Online and mobile banking are quickly becoming the same thing to consumers, as these Forrester Research infographics help show.