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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 26, 2012

Mobile Banking Updates - Nov 26

2012 Mobile Banking Market Assessment
"In new research, 2012 Mobile Banking Market Assessment, Mercator Advisory Group explores how retail financial institutions can increase interaction with customers and members to include 24x7, anytime anywhere service, and also expand their reach beyond simple demand deposit account transactions."

IALING FOR DOLLARS: Mobile banking becomes the norm
"As consumers demand more convenient access to financial accounts on the go, banks have adjusted by offering mobile banking and even creating apps for ease of use on smart phones. Mobile banking is dramatically changing the way consumers bank, with features such as person-to-person payments to help friends split the check at dinner and remote deposit capture, so customers can deposit checks without going to a branch."

Ally Bank Launches Next Phase of Mobile Banking
"Ally Bank's suite of customer-centric products and features expands this month to include the second generation of Ally Mobile Banking apps—featuring customers' most-requested capabilities—including Ally eCheck DepositSM, Bill Pay, and fund transfers to and from external banking institutions."

Banking on mobile: security threats, realities and fictions
"For businesses within the financial services sector not all-consumed by RDR and auto-enrolment issues, attention may again be turning to the threats, risks and uncertainties associated with mobile banking and other trends and developments in financial services technology. While the Australian bank Westpac has suggested that "the take-up of mobile banking is much faster than any previous technological innovation in banking," and indicated, according to reports, that it "processes three times more transactions made digitally, compared to transactions made in person," security providers in other parts of the world are stressing the heightened level of intrusion into mobile environments that have occurred during the third quarter of 2012."

BBVA Compass Expands Its Mobile Banking Apps To Include Kindle Fire™ And Windows Phone™
"BBVA Compass today expanded its growing stable of mobile banking apps with the launch of native applications for the Windows Phone platform and Kindle Fire tablet. The bank remains committed to providing native applications for the most popular mobile platforms, allowing users to enjoy a mobile banking experience that is consistent with their chosen devices. BBVA Compass currently provides mobile banking apps for iPhone® and iPad® mobile digital devices, BlackBerry® devices and the Android™ mobile digital platform."

Dickinson Financial Corporation Launches Robust, Multi-Brand Mobile Banking with Mobiliti from Fiserv
"Fiserv, Inc. (NAS: FISV) , a leading global provider of financial services technology solutions, announced today that Dickinson Financial Corporation ("Dickinson"), a $2.1 billion bank holding company based in Kansas City, Mo., has launched mobile banking and bill payment capabilities using Mobiliti™ from Fiserv. Dickinson is utilizing multi-tenancy deployment, supporting six distinct retail banking brands with a single underlying mobile platform. This approach is enabling the company to deliver robust capabilities while realizing operational and product management efficiencies."

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