Next Up: Payments, Mobile, But Not Core

Wade, Will
July 2010
Bank Technology News;Jul2010, Vol. 23 Issue 7, p15
Trade Publication
An interview with payments analysts and researchers including Andrew W. Jeffrey of SunTrust Robinson Humprey, Thomas McCrohan of Janney Montgomery Scott and Greg Smith of Duncan-Williams Inc. is presented. When they were asked about their idea on the most interesting payments technology these days, they all refer to mobile technology. Jeffrey and Smith offered their perspective about near field communication. Each briefly discussed the big banks' planned upgrading of their cores.


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