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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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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Mobile Banking Updates - Jan 2

Intuit Survey: Mobile Banking Is Pathway to Profits
"Think digital banking is only for Gen Y and younger? Think again, think older. Much older. That is the sharp message contained in a new report from Intuit on the ongoing digital banking revolution. The other key finding: mobile banking is a pathway to profitability. An ongoing temperature reading of digital banking habits, the Intuit report is filed quarterly by the Mountain View, Calif.-based financial software company. It is filed with factoids, such as this: 'people who bank online and via their mobile and tablet devices log in about 30 times a month and are more profitable to a financial institution than those who don’t bank digitally.'"

Mobile Banking and Mitek: Business Finally Starting to "Get" B-to-C Apps
"U.S. Bank will soon up the ante in business customer service with the introduction in early 2013 of a Mobile Photo Bill Pay application for their customers. The fifth largest bank in the country will utilize technology from Mitek Systems to let bank customers set up and make bill payments by snapping a picture of their paper bill using the camera on their smartphone or tablet. Good-bye keypad."

Mobility Matters: Login-Free Mobile Banking?
"The must-add list keeps getting longer, with everything from digital wallets to mobile remote deposit capture emerging as 2013 must adds for credit unions that are determined to stay relevant. But know this: there are even more “out there” ideas that, frankly, may not be quite ready for prime time ... but they definitely deserve a spot on your watch list. Two ideas seem especially ripe to me, and both revolve around a fundamental question: How does a financial institution know who you are?"

Comarch and Alior Bank present a new quality of mobile banking
"Alior Bank has implemented the Comarch solution providing access to new channels of mobile banking for smartphones and tablets users - it is a completely new quality of customer communication with the bank that takes advantage of all capabilities of modern mobile devices. - Comarch Smart Finance is an innovative mobile banking solution, which keeps up with the latest trends in banking 2.0 and multichannel banking."

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