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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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.
U.S. Bank is opening its mobile vault to a slew of application updates, including expanded money delivery options and an enhanced check-deposit process, paving the way for the implementation of Touch ID functionality later this month.
U.S. Bank is piloting a geolocation-based mobile application to bring community members relevant information and resources, such as local events, promotions, noteworthy news and financial education advice.
U.S. Bank seeks to meet the demands of business customers who want faster, more secure payments with an update to its mobile application for commercial card accounts that adds more features from the bank’s electronic payment management system.
U.S. Bank, working with mobile capture software company Mitek, predicts that banks and financial institutions will see beacon usage take off in 2015, helping deliver more personalized experiences.
U.S. Bank saw a 50 percent jump in credit card application approvals for a test with the Minnesota Twins of a new mobile application that leverages the camera on an iPad to speed up the process.
In the latest example of how banks have been focusing on streamline mobile experiences this year, U.S. Bank has launched a new mobile application for corporate users that provides real-time access to account information, recent transactions and upcoming due dates.
U.S. Bank is expanding and improving its mobile applications, adding new features such as photo balance transfer, in an ongoing effort to attract younger consumers.
U.S. Bank is introducing mobile-enabled credit card balance transfers today as the financial institution continues to ramp up a photo banking strategy designed to give it a competitive advantage with a young audience.