While the five largest banks in the United States continue to race forward in mobile banking, including all offering pre-login account balance information, Bank of America has pulled far ahead in product research and cross-selling on mobile, according to a new report from Forrester Research.
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Citibank continues to pave the way for mobile banking by deploying beacons at select Manhattan branches, enabling customers to enter ATM lobbies during off-hours without a card and to receive personalized, location-based messages.
Capital One continues to extend the reach of a new mobile-first credit monitoring service, CreditWise, by bringing it to Android users as the financial organization prioritizes anytime, anyplace interactive services.
U.S. Bank is making a play for additional small business clients by introducing an application that lets owners and employees snap a photo of a check to have it automatically processed and deposited into a business account.
Santander Bank is hoping to provide an easier banking application experience for British customers with a voice control feature enabling users to discuss their spending, reflecting the quick evolution of the technology.
NEW YORK – An American Express executive at Mobile Marketer’s Mobile FirstLook: Strategy 2016 discussed several challenges and benefits from building mobile solutions for unbanked and underbanked consumers, including millennials.
Direct bank Tangerine claims to be the first in Canada to offer a new secure chat feature, enabling customers to conduct banking transactions via chat in real time.
With biometrics gaining acceptance by consumers and working well for financial institutions, a range of technologies – fingerprint identification as well as facial and voice recognition – will become the norm in 2016, according to a new forecast released today by Mitek Systems.
Visa is collaborating with United Overseas Bank to roll out its first tokenization service in Asia Pacific, underscoring the need for enhanced digital security as mobile payments cement their top status in the world of commerce.
A growing number of millennials believes that giants in the technology industry, such as Google and Apple, will one day overthrow traditional financial institutions’ stronghold on mobile banking thanks to their innovative approaches, according to a Fintonic report.