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I spent most of last week at the AFP conference in San Francisco. Although attendance seemed to be rather dismal (I am still waiting to hear some actual figures), it was a great conference for me with very productive meetings. Most of my meetings were centered around online corporate banking and payments – hot topics […]

Oct 13th, 2009 | Filed under Corporate Banking

Consumer online banking gets a lot of attention in the industry. It’s important to remember however that online banking reaches far beyond the consumer space. Businesses of all sizes bank online and they require more sophisticated solutions. We recently evaluated the vendors who provide online corporate cash management solutions. The report, The Next Generation of […]

May 11th, 2009 | Filed under Corporate Banking

I got back late last night from the NACHA Payments conference in Orlando. It was a good event, although not surprisingly, it was apparent that attendance was down. Sessions seemed to be well attended, although exhibit hall traffic was light (and much smaller this year to boot). I spent most of my time at the […]

Apr 8th, 2009 | Filed under Banking, Corporate Banking, Retail Banking

Wesabe announced today that they will start to sell their PFM offering (dubbed Springboard) to banks and credit unions. Wesabe is not the first vendor to start selling directly to banks. Earlier this year, Geezeo made a similar announcement. These are win-win moves for both the banks and the software companies: – Bank PFM tools […]

Mar 18th, 2009 | Filed under Retail Banking

There was an interesting article this morning in American Banker called, “E-Banking, Meet Social Networking.” After reading the article I came up with 2 conclusions: – Banks need to improve their personal financial management offerings (PFM). The article talks about how Geezeo is offering a white label version of its PFM software to banks. While […]

Mar 2nd, 2009 | Filed under Retail Banking

Blogs are a great way to interact with the community at large. Banks are slowly but surely making use of blogs to communicate with their customers and the public. The early adopters like Wells Fargo actually have several blogs, including a new one called the Wells Fargo -Wachovia Blog. The Wells Fargo-Wachovia blog has a […]

Feb 19th, 2009 | Filed under Retail Banking
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