mFoundry Ranked Number 105th Fastest Growing Company in North America on Deloitte's 2011 Technology Fast 500™
"mFoundry, the fastest-growing provider of mobile banking solutions in the U.S., today announced it ranked 105 on Deloitte's Technology Fast 500™ ranking of the 500 fastest-growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and clean technology companies in North America. mFoundry grew 985% percent during this period and is the only provider of mobile banking solutions to make the list."
Research and Markets: 2011 - 2012 Mobile Banking Vendor Scorecard: Mobile Banking Has Moved from a Nice-to-Have to a Must-Have Channel
"After a pause in 2010, consumer adoption of mobile banking skyrocketed by 60% in 2011 as hundreds of new banks went live with their mobile offerings. In this third annual review, Javelin provides a highly detailed analysis and ranking of the mobile banking solutions of 15 major vendors and identifies detailed best practices and the top 10 trends for the industry."
Case study: Citizens Bank, mobile banking and the commercial client
"Citizens Bank introduced Access Mobile, a mobile banking application for commercial customers, just about one year ago.
The app—which is available for iPad, iPod touch, iPhone, Android and Blackberry—allows businesspeople to manage their cash flow at their convenience. They can approve transactions, view account balances, approve transfers and receive alerts anywhere in the world."
Mobile Banking, Big Hit With ESP Credit Union’s
"Ten credit unions in the past 3 months have signed up for ESP’s Mobile Banking solution. 'We looked at a number of solutions to integrate into our ancillary service offerings. Although we found some great products, we figured we could build a solution that would be much more cost effective and run on more phones than the solutions we were looking at could offer,' said Matt Lefler, ESP Vice President. One of the first adopters was Oshkosh Truck Credit Union and here is was President, Sara Steichen had to say, 'We are a small credit union, but like to be on the cutting edge of technology.'"