Financial institutions need to move soon if they are to secure a role in the quickly growing mobile wallet space now that PayPal and Visa have become the preferred providers among consumers, according to a new report from Javelin Research.
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Chase is revamping its site to make it more customized for mobile and tablet visitors, with new features including simplified bill paying, a revamped search tool and a redesigned homepage.
Starbucks has made big changes to its mobile rewards program, adding Chase Pay to checkout and shifting how customers earn points in a bid to maintain its leadership role as competition grows.
Chase plans to install new card-free ATM machines this year, enabling customers to withdraw funds and complete other financial transactions using their smartphones.
Mobile Minutes: NBA sued over DFS; Deutsche Bank goes password free; Star Wars on Google; Samsung Pay expandsNovember 24, 2015
Today in mobile marketing – NBA, sports investment groups among those sued over DFS; Deutsche Bank tests password-free mobile security; Star Wars fan? Google has apps for that; Samsung Pay now works with Chase Bank.
Chase plans to bring its newly introduced Chase Pay mobile payments solution to gas stations and convenience stores in an attempt to corner a sector known for the kind of everyday purchases that fit well with mobile.
Chase’s dedication to competing with current mobile payments developers, such as Apple and Samsung, could potentially offer it front-runner status as its substantial customer base strays away from the pigeonhole caused by software developers.
Chase is continuing its digital transformation by rolling out a redesigned homepage for its site to optimize the experience across tablet devices and desktops while bringing timely stories and advice to consumers’ attention.
Chase’s credit card brand for business owners, Ink, refreshed its mobile application to increase flexibility and drive use of its services with real-time in-app messaging, tagged purchases and receipt image saving.
Mobile banking is gradually becoming part of American life, with 33 percent of participants in a Chase survey banking on a mobile application and many users banking at work, at the store or even while on a date.