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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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Monday, November 7, 2011

Mobile Banking Updates - Nov 7

Consumers Want to Bank by Tablet: Survey
"Consumer demand for tablets, tablet apps and banking via a tablet computer such as an iPad is high, according to a survey of 3,000 mobile phone users around the world that Oracle released this week. Smart phones are the reigning mobile device — nearly 70% of mobile users have them. But 16% of mobile customers around the world have bought a tablet computer and another 41% plan to purchase one in the next 12 months."

Huntington Bank Unveils iPad App
"Huntington Bank has launched a native iPad application that extends the bank account access across more mobile channels.
The Huntington Mobile for iPad app made its first appearance in the Apple App Store yesterday and it’s offering the same mobile banking capabilities as the iPhone version, except they’re experienced through a much larger screen."

Advantages of Integrating Mobile Banking into Banking Habits
"With banks striving to improve their online and mobile presence as best they can, some even promote themselves based on their mobile apps. Students have the biggest advantage in this arena. As a young adult well versed in technology and mobile activities, the advancements that companies introduce are really geared toward you. Therefore, you should learn how to best implement mobile banking into your banking habits."

Intuit Survey: Mobile Banking to Explode
"More smartphones in more hands add up to a looming explosion in mobile banking. That is the vivid conclusion of a new report issued by Intuit Financial Services, the Intuit group that develops products to get credit unions and banks online and mobile. An important finding in the research is that generations matter when it comes to mobile banking: 18-32 year olds are three times more likely to adopt mobile banking than older users are."

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