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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)

"Brandon McGee, the industry's unofficial ambassador for mobile banking" 

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Mobile Banking Updates - Sept 6

CapTech Develops Navy Federal's Updated Mobile Banking Applications
"CapTech is pleased to announce the release of Navy Federal Credit Union's updated mobile banking apps for iPhone and Android. CapTech architected, developed and project managed the mobile apps and service tier based on business requirements and designs created by Navy Federal. The updated mobile apps provide Navy Federal members with a beautiful and simple native experience to deposit checks, transfer funds and pay their credit card from anywhere in the world using an iPhone or Android mobile phone. CapTech worked with Navy Federal's design team to implement a new native app experience that as a result has nearly doubled the average user rating for both apps."

Branch Banking Is Still a Moneymaker for Banks
"With the proliferation of Internet and mobile banking, you might think the old-fashioned branch bank may be falling out of favor. While it's true that some banks have closed branch locations to save money, evidence abounds that bank branches are still popular with customers -- and lucrative for banks."

How to manage your company’s cash flow through online and mobile banking
"Is cash more important than profits? It actually may be, as profitable companies fail every year simply because owners don’t have enough cash to pay their bills. The problem is so pervasive that the U.S. Small Business Administration cites insufficient capital as the No. 2 reason that small businesses fail. And insufficient cash flow may keep owners from making advantageous hires or acquisitions, or even from receiving a paycheck."

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