Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Mobile Banking Updates - Nov 22
Corporate Mobile Banking: A Look at J.P. Morgan ACCESS Mobile
"A new report from Aite Group analyzes the importance of corporate mobile banking as a critical component of any bank’s corporate-banking-technology strategy. The report highlights the current state of corporate mobile technology, and analyzes the key strengths and planned roadmap for J.P. Morgan ACCESS Mobile."
U.S. Bank Customers Get Mobile Banking Upgrade
"U.S. Bank recently released a new mobile banking application that significantly upgrades the mobile banking experience for all customers. The upgrade offers improved features and customer experience for iPhone, Android and BlackBerry. The new app, available in app stores now, begins a series of upgrades planned for U.S. Bank mobile banking over the next several months."
6 Ways To Make Mobile Banking Work For You
"Banking via mobile phones has skyrocketed in recent years, says Mary Monahan, executive vice president and research director for mobile at Javelin Strategy and Research in Pleasanton, Calif. A Javelin report released in October found that in the preceding 12 months, the percentage of mobile phone users conducting banking rose from 19 percent to 30 percent."
Mobile Tech and Advisors, Part 1: Its Place in the Business
"In a June 2011 report, the Yankee Group predicted that there will be 500 million mobile-banking users globally in less than four years. And while it is true that some people may never choose to bank or manage their investments using their mobile phones due to security, privacy or technology concerns, within a few years these people will be a small minority."
Global Online Money Transfer Company, Xoom, Launches Mobile Optimized Site to Reach Users on the Go
"Xoom.com, the fastest growing online money transfer company, today announced the launch of its fully optimized mobile site that enables users to send money worldwide, right from their mobile device."