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"Going Mobile. Local executive carves niche as national expert on fast-growing banking-industry technology trend" - Scott Olson, Indianapolis Business Journal (IBJ)

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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Mobile Banking Updates - Sept 15

Wachovia introduces its Mobile CyberInquiry service
"Wachovia presented its Mobile CyberInquiry service to its correspondent banking customers, providing mobile access to their account information at the 2009 SIBOS conference in Hong Kong in a move to expand its business. So, from now, global financial institutions are enabled to view real time balances, account postings and transaction details with mobile devices."

Arvest Bank $5,000 Giveaway
"Arvest Bank is hosting a $5,000 Giveaway when you sign up and use their mobile banking feature. This promotion is only available to current customers who are at least 18 years of age. If you are in Arkansas, Oklahoma, Southeast Kansas and Southern Missouri and you bank with Arvest Bank, then you should most definitely give this a shot. What have you got to lose anyway?"

Sybase And IBM Collaborate To Further Global Mobile Commerce Opportunities
"As mCommerce moves beyond early adopters, IBM’s global reach, strong client relationships and deep industry expertise, coupled with Sybase’s leading end-to-end mCommerce solution and unrivalled global operator reach and Financial Services customer base, the companies will be able to provide flexibility and choice of mobile banking, mobile payment and mobile remittance offerings to an increasing number of customers."

Fiserv opens Asia Pacific support centre for m and e-banking services
"ocated in Singapore at the company's regional headquarters, the centre will deliver local implementation and support expertise, complementing similar services already available at Fiserv locations in India and Australia. Fiserv online and mobile banking solutions are currently used by some of the largest and most innovative banks in Malaysia, Thailand and Australia. The new regional support centre will provide greater access to these and other Fiserv solutions and will provide local support to more financial institutions in the region."

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