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Mobile banking is trending — Do you use it?

Mobile banking is growing rapidly as more and more people turn to the device that's already in their hands to complete the financial transactions that power their lives. The number of mobile banking users outpaced the number of in-branch banking customers for the first time in 2015, according to Javelin, a California-based consulting firm. Read More >

Does your business need a mobile app?

By now, it's obvious that mobile is the way of the future, and businesses that ignore mobile users do so at their peril. You need to have a presence where your customers hang out, and eMarketer estimates that U.S. adults spend an average of 3 hours and 8 minutes per day on mobile devices, excluding phone conversations. Read More >

How to drive your mobile strategy

For businesses in California and across the country, mobile is becoming the most important touchpoint to win, serve and retain customers. The total amount of time consumers spend with digital media has increased 35 percent since 2013, with smartphone use having grown 78 percent during that time, and contributing to 92 percent of the total increase in time spent with digital media, according to a report from comScore. Read More >

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