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Is mobile banking truly mobile?
There has been a transition in acceptance pertaining to mobile banking, but is it mainstream?
Technology tips that actually drive revenue
Instant-issue debit cards: Good product. Good strategy?
Instant issue refers to the ability of a financial institution to provide a customer with an activated, useable debit card during their visit. These cards can be a debit card…
Critical Need: Banking schools with relevant technology curriculums
It is time that the banking industry and the graduate banking schools in the United States get serious about offering a relevant technology curriculum to their students.
Online confirmation thwarts fraud, lowers errors
The process of confirming client data in response to auditor requests is as routine and mundane as anything in the business of banking, but with recent technological advances the old…
Linear planning: not working
Frustrated by long response times? So are your customers, and it’s only getting worse
Cyber attacks are soaring. How to thwart them
Lack of customer care with mobile devices is a big problem
BATTLE OF THE GIANTS Tech-industry power struggle could impact mobile pay development
Apple, Google, Microsoft look to lock up the “superstack”
Be ready before you roll
Customer demand is there, but banks must craft the mobile channel carefully
Getting your mind around
Don’t feel stuck---you may already be partway there
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