Mobile Banking: Lessons From The Field

June 2008
Cards & Payments;Jun2008, Vol. 21 Issue 6, Special section p3
Trade Publication
An interview with Stessa Cohen, banking analyst and research director at Gartner Inc., is presented. She emphasizes the state of mobile banking in the U.S. and on how banks pursue banking on a mobile device. She mentions the accompanying security concerns as mobile banking becomes more popular. She says that mobile banking is going to commoditize more rapidly than online banking.


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