Category Archives: Mobile Photo Bill Pay (MPBP)

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Customers Bank Launches Mobile Photo Bill Pay

The $3.8 billion-asset Customers Bank of Pennsylvania on Tuesday announced its customers will now be able to use the new Picture Pay mobile bill payment solution, developed by Austin, Texas-based Malauzai Software. The rollout supplements the bank’s mobile offering, CB Access, which also includes mobile remote check deposit capabilities, a “quick access” feature that letsContinue Reading

U.S. Bank Makes Mobile Credit Card Play

U.S. Bank, U.S. Bancorp’s main subsidiary, on Monday announced the rollout of another addition to its mobile banking application: Mobile Photo Balance Transfer. Camera-based smartphone mobile banking app developer Mitek developed the new service, which lets a customers respond to a balance transfer or apply to transfer a credit card balance to U.S. Bank simplyContinue Reading

Mobile Check Deposits, Bill Payments Spike in August

  American Banker’s Mobile Banking Intensity Index for the month of August was high — 69.8 — meaning banking customers are using their smartphones and tablets to conduct financial transactions at a steadily growing rate. Several banking executives who responded to a survey on mobile banking — which is where the index gets its valuesContinue Reading

Indiana CU Goes First With Mobile Photo Bill Pay

The $780 million 3Rivers Federal Credit Union in Fort Wayne, Ind., is the nation’s first credit union to launch Picture Pay, a mobile photo bill payment solution developed by Malauzai Software and Allied Payment Network. The stand-alone Picture Pay solution enables credit union members to pay bills by taking a picture with a mobile device,Continue Reading

3Rivers Federal Credit Union Rolls Out Mobile Photo Bill Pay

Fort Wayne-based 3Rivers Federal Credit Union ($750 million in assets) has become the first credit union to roll out Picture Pay, a mobile photo bill pay solution from Malauzai Software Inc and Allied Payment Network. The credit union is offering Picture Pay as a separate mobile application in addition to its existing mobile banking app.Continue Reading

Most Wanted Mobile Banking Feature: RDC

When asked about their most-wanted feature, mobile banking customers mentioned remote deposit capture (RDC), followed by voice authentication and mobile photo bill pay, according to a new mobile banking study by ath Power Consulting. One in three mobile banking users are more likely to pay for mobile banking now than they were just one yearContinue Reading

BBVA Adds Photo Bill Payment to Mobile Banking App

BBVA Compass has added a photo bill payment feature to its iPhone app. “We wanted our app to be as robust as possible since nearly 35 percent of those who take advantage of mobile banking manage their finances exclusively through their apps,” said Alejandro Carriles, director of self-service channels at BBVA Compass. “Innovative and funContinue Reading

City Bank Texas Launches Mobile Photo Bill Pay Solution

The $2 billion Lubbock-based City Bank Texas has announced that it will be offering the Picture Pay mobile photo bill pay solution from Allied Payments Network. The announcement follows US Bank’s roll-out of Mitek’s mobile photo bill pay solution last month, which was the first launch of a mobile photo bill pay solution in theContinue Reading

U.S. Bancorp’s Plans to Remove Friction from Mobile Banking

The $354 billion-asset U.S. Bancorp hopes that its new mobile photo bill pay technology will take away some of the tedium of manually entering in payment details. In so doing, the bank hopes to acquire new customers and make it easier for customers to pay their bills on time. Niti Badarinath, senior vice president andContinue Reading

U.S. Bank First Large Bank to Launch Photo Mobile Bill Pay

U.S. Bank announced Thursday that it will begin offering Mitek’s Mobile Phone Bill Pay service to its retail customers. The Minneapolis bank committed in 2012 to be the first in its class to offer the technology, which lets customers pay billers by using a smartphone or tablet camera to snap a picture of an invoice.Continue Reading