March 2011

Mobile Banking: It’s Not a Phase

March 29, 2011
/   Insights

Mobile banking innovation continues to move forward as the need for mobile based applications becomes a “must have” for businesses. Whether it is basic banking functionality, such as checking an account balance, or the...

Financial Management Emerges from the Tab

March 25, 2011
/   Insights

As consumers increasingly look to find ways to budget and manage finances, financial institutions are looking to provide easy access to financial management tools and information. With a recent announcement, Intuit introduced tighter integration...

What We’re Reading

March 24, 2011
/   Spotlight

Below are interesting stories the Banking.com staff has been reading over the past week. What have you been reading? Let us know in the comments section below. Breach at RSA Security May Threaten Bank...

Tell Your Customers: Get Rid Of Inventory!

March 22, 2011
/   Voices

Editor’s Note: Gene Marks is a small business management columnist, author, and speaker who also owns and operates The Marks Group PC, a highly successful 10-person firm that provides technology and consulting services to...

What We’re Reading

March 17, 2011
/   Spotlight

Below are interesting stories the Banking.com staff has been reading over the past week. What have you been reading? Let us know in the comments section below.   Prepaid Divide on Social Media American...

FI Highlight: Veridian Credit Union

/   Insights

Hesitant to adopt mobile banking? One credit union has shown that if you offer it, they will come. Veridian Credit Union in Waterloo, Iowa introduced mobile banking this past August. The institution already boasted...

Debit, Check or Cash?

March 16, 2011
/   Insights

The American Bankers Association recently published a whitepaper on the benefits of debit cards versus alternative methods of payment, titled “Debit Cards Cost Less, Provide More.” The paper discusses how debit cards are not...

3 Wrong Notions about Credit Card Debt

March 14, 2011
/   Voices

The great depression, which the U.S witnessed in the 1930s, ruined a lot of families financially. The financial tsunami which hit America a couple of years back also affected millions of people. However, there...