Listen hard and it as though you can hear the rush of credit unions to adopt mobile banking. It is coming that fast.

Right now, maybe "15% of credit unions are mobilized," guessed Drew Sievers, CEO of mFoundry, a developer of mobile banking technologies. That means 85% "have done nothing," said Sievers. But he quickly added: "Within 18 to 24 months almost all larger credit unions will be mobilized. This is happening very fast."

"Within two years–maybe just one–most larger credit unions will offer a mobile app," agreed David Eads, a vice president at mobility vendor Kony. "This is hitting an inflection point. In the next quarter there is going to be huge adoption."

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