Mobile Banking for U.S. Corporate Customers: Catching On Slowly
- Date:December 20, 2012
- Patricia McGinnis
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Many corporate treasury personnel already have mobile devices (of myriad different kinds) and desire to mobilize their work lives as they have their personal lives. This research reviews some of the challenges facing corporations in choosing to authorize mobile transactions, as well as the challenges facing banks in attempting to serve these companies.
One of the exhibits included in this report:
- A description of the challenges of a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) mobile strategy, as it affects both the corporate customer and the bank
- A catalog of the treasury functions most often supported by vendors and offered by banks
- Identification and assessment of the three functional areas that differentiate the needs of middle market and larger customers from those of small business customers
- An overview of the major delivery mechanisms for mobile banking in corporations today
- Profiles of eight of the leading vendors and their strategies for supporting banks in offering mobile services to corporate customers
The report is 28 pages long and contains seven exhibits.
Companies mentioned in this report include: ACI Worldwide, Backbase, Bottomline Technologies, FIS, Fiserv, Fundtech, Kony Solutions, SAP (Sybase), mFoundry, and mShift.
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