Mobile Banking: Lessons From The Field

June 2008
Bank Technology News;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. The said interview has been focused on the emerging mobile banking technology in the U.S. Cohen stresses on the potential of the said technology to improve transactions over online banking technology. Furthermore, she describes the major steps for banks to follow when developing mobile banking strategies.


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