BB&T, a regional bank in the U.S., is promoting leadership skills in an unusual Gothic-themed app for iPads and iPhones.
How will financial marketers promote banking products when the shopping experience starts and stops purely in the mobile channel?
Westpac will invest $50,000 to develop two concept apps submitted from the public. The bank plans to shake things up with a "game changing" pipeline of new mobile tools.
A lack of banking apps optimized for tablets leaves consumers to resort to a cruder mobile web experience.
MoneyDesktop's unique, eye-catching and dynamic user interface is driving impressive adoption rates of PFM among consumers at both banks and credit unions.
Mobile wallets and digital transactions signal the dawn of a new era in banking. What will marketing look like in a mobile-dominate world?
Retail bankers underestimate the tech changes needed to thrive in a digital age and are ill prepared for what lies ahead, according to a new report.
Using Google Trends, bank and credit union marketers can find a wealth of information right at their fingertips.
ASB is pioneering two-way video for mobile and tablet devices. If customers can video chat with service reps over the internet, who needs branches anymore?
ING Direct's latest mobile banking tool helps consumers turn small everyday purchases into big savings goals.
USAA will be among the first banks in the world to start toying with speech recognition software on mobile devices.
Customers can press a button on their iPhones to summon support from a Kiwibank "online relationship manager" -- human service for mobile bankers, 24/7.
US Bank is letting employees pilot test a snazzy new branch/ATM locator for iPhones that merges digital with reality in a virtually interactive world.
The recession is over? Not according to what people search for on Google.
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