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How well do banks understand mobile banking customer demands?
Date: Oct 17, 2013 | Author: ResearchEase of usage, security and, in emerging markets, low network reliability, are key concerns customers want to see addressed in their mobile banking relationships.
CIMB Niaga penetrates into Indonesia’s underbanked segment via Go Mobile
Date: Jul 09, 2013 | Author: Levina LimThe bank’s mobile banking app provides customers with ease of access in addition to reducing operational costs and traffic from conventional branches.
Disruptive technologies are changing the banking landscape
Date: Jun 07, 2012 | Author: Baron LaudermilkMerchant companies such as Google and Facebook are rapidly changing the market structure and displacing the traditional roles of banks. Are banks ready to adapt?
Standard Chartered’s technology focus in China: advantages of foreign banks in the market
Date: May 16, 2012 | Author: Baron LaudermilkEricson Chan, chief information officer of Standard Chartered Bank China believes that foreign banks have key advantages over Chinese banks, but regulations and shifting rules make it difficult for foreign banks to stay ahead.
Culture and functionality determine an acquisition’s success
Date: Feb 17, 2012 | Author: Asian Banker EditorialSAP president for Southeast Asia Tim Moylan feels integration issues are key to the company’s success.
HSBC opening up to multi-bank corporate connectivity solution
Date: Feb 09, 2011 | Author: Peter HoflichUsing connectivity to break down information silos the first step to improving risk management for corporate treasurers.