Mobile Banking
As mobile devices continue to play a more prominent role in our 21st century society, their usefulness has spread beyond the casual activities of technological enthusiasts. According to research conducted by FUNDtech, a rapidly growing number of bankers find the development of a mobile platform tailored for their corporate clients necessary. Many of these bankers also see mobile banking the key to rising above their competitors. This presents a new burden for bankers, as even top corporations are still hindered by many obstacles that are part of the new revolution in mobile technology. Some of the most important aspects of their research finds that:

  • 54% of these clients hold the development of their mobile corporate banking systems a top goal for their companies
  • 42% report that their clients have developed a strong interest in a mobile banking solution
  • 31% see mobile corporate banking as an opportunity to set them apart from their competitors.
  • Among those surveyed, 77% are still nervous about the risks involved in security and fraud.

Any plan to develop a mobile platform requires the work of top experts in the field that understand the requirements instituted by a variety of devices. Mobile ACCESSplus, the first mobile corporate banking platform, allows financial institutions to provide services to clients at any time, regardless of their location. This system represents what could very well become the future of mobile banking and the driving competitive force that lets bankers transition into the digital world of commerce.

Over half of the bankers surveyed have the development of a cross platform banking solution as a top goal. A key component of the mobile banking promise, is it’s ability to be always on, available anywhere. Non-functioning banking apps (along with any other technology that enables commerce) will render business closed. Application owners can make sure their customer’s open sign stays on by monitoring the application functionality 24×7.

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