The State Of Mobile Banking 2012
August 13, 2012
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Mobile banking continues to gather momentum across developed countries, fueled by rising smartphone use and the steadily improving supply of mobile banking from banks in North America, Europe, and Australasia. As consumers become more familiar with mobile banking, their use of it is progressing from simple functionality like account balances and ATM locators to transactions like bill payments and account transfers. We expect mobile banking to grow strongly over the next few years, but digital banking teams will have to overcome many challenges to achieve that growth. This report is intended to help eBusiness and channel strategy professionals understand the most important trends in retail mobile banking in developed economies.
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Table of Contents
- The Current State Of Mobile Banking
- Mobile Banking Marks A Fundamental Strategic Shift
- Executives Face Many Challenges To Take Mobile Banking Mainstream
- Mobile Banking Adoption Will Accelerate
- Obsess About Matching Customers' Needs To Business Objectives
- Supplemental Material
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