CHICAGO—Approximately 65% of midsize to large credit unions have iPhone apps, compared to 51% of banks.
When a business tries mobile banking, it tends to like it and to linger in long sessions.
Technology allows credit union employees to perform functions away from the branch.
Malauzai report finds the average session lasts 2.29 minutes, a minute longer than a consumer’s session.
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Despite reports citing a decrease in mobile banking adoption, financial service providers say the tech channel will triumph.
Credit unions debate whether exclusive tablet apps are worth the resources.
Rather than offer operational cost reductions, the cost of digital banking services is rising.
The Target breach and others have sharply ramped up interest in card on-off switches on mobile apps, according to at least two vendors in the credit union space.