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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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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Mobile Banking Updates - Jun 15

Bank of America revamps its mobile banking app with latest update
"Bank of America has updated its Android mobile banking app to version 3.1.120 with a completely revamped appearance and user interface. Anyone who thought the previous versions were a little heavy on the “blah” should be pleasantly surprised to find a more user-friendly experience with a clean, polished finish that's sure to please even the pickiest mobile bankers. "

Wells Fargo Leads in Business Mobile Banking
"The banking industry often is accused of dragging its feet on corporate mobile banking. 'While the potential of the consumer mobile banking market is certainly attractive, little emphasis is being placed on the corporate or small-business markets,' Celent senior analyst Jacob Jegher wrote in a blog post in July. 'This is quite surprising given the penetration of mobile devices in the business world.'"

Standard Chartered makes mobile banking a Breeze
"The Bank’s first mobile banking application to view, move and manage finances anytime, anywhere. Standard Chartered Bank, India’s largest international bank, today announced the launch of an innovative mobile banking application in India, called Standard Chartered Breeze. The product gives customers greater ease of use and a higher degree of convenience, through an intuitive and design rich interface."

Star One CU Selects Tyfone for Mobile
"Star One Credit Union chose Tyfone Inc. for mobile banking services partly because of its near-field communication contactless payment capabilities, the $5.6 billion credit union said Tuesday.

Star One, of Sunnyvale, Calif., said it signed an agreement with Tyfone, of Portland, Ore., for mobile banking technology. Because Tyfone's systems are integrated with the vendor Fiserv Inc.'s XP2 core banking system, which Star One uses, Star One's mobile customers will get faster access to data."

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