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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Mobile Banking Updates - Sept 29

mfoundry Zips Past the 500 Client Mark
"mFoundry (News - Alert), a service provider whose name is in the forefront of mobile banking services, recently announced that around 500 banks as well as credit unions located in North America have chosen them as their mobile banking solution service providers."

WAUSAU Financial Systems Signs Three Financial Institutions to Mobile Remote Deposit Capture Offering
"WAUSAU Financial Systems, a provider of payment and receivables processing solutions, announced that three financial institutions, Citizens & Northern Bank, NewDominion Bank and Farmers State Bank of Calhan, selected its mobile remote deposit capture (RDC) solution, from its Deposit 24/7 Suite(TM). WAUSAU's robust RDC suite includes branch, merchant, consumer and mobile capture points, allowing for convenient and secure check depositing from any location."

RushCard makes mobile financial services easier for US unbanked with new apps
"Cincinnati-based UniRush LLC is helping to blur the already fuzzy lines between prepaid cards, mobile banking and mobile payments. The company announced today it has launched mobile applications for Android and iPhone smartphones that let users of its RushCard prepaid Visa debit card manage their accounts from their mobile devices.

According to the company's announcement, RushCard users can now check balances and review transaction and transfer history on their smartphones. Additionally, RushCard members can use the applications to send money to other RushCard members, with iPhone users even able to use bump technologies to transfer funds."

Celent’s Mobile Peer Networking Event
"Celent hosted a banking peer networking event in San Francisco to great success. Fifteen people representing six financial institutions attended, including two with assets of over $100 billion. The topic of the event was mobile banking and we started the day with the much anticipated PowerPoint presentation. Rather than a one-way communication from presenter to audience, this was a dynamic discussion bankers and Celent analysts engaging each other on a variety of mobile topics, from coupons to payments to the interaction of the two. Celent presented on three banks that are doing very interesting things with mobile:"

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