For the first time ever, the mobile phone now the Danes use most when visiting the Bank, it shows the new figures.
The Danes now uses the mobile phone more often than your computer, when they are in the Bank. It also makes that Danes can more easily keep track of their account no matter where they are. it is clear from an analysis of the banks ‘ COMPUTER Central, BEC. It writes our site.
Previously you had to pass by the Bank, to pay bills and do other banking things, and so came a period where banking transactions can be done at home via the computer-but now it can be done so on the go.
The new figures from the bank show that the number of BEC visit from the mobile phone has tripled in less than two years. S eBanking solution customers made daily 28,100 visits by phone in early 2012, while today there are 90,355 visit daily. This is an increase of more than 220 percent.
It is the first time that the mobile phone is more used than the computer, when the Bank must be visited by electronic means. The day on which the record was October month’s last business day, where 233,270 visited NetBank from your computer while 233,265 visited the mobile Bank.
Banking Archives – Page 2 of 5
Current State of E-channel Fraud Trends: Online Banking …
10 best Android budget apps for money management
Difference between STEEP and STEEPLE Analysis
ADVICE: Rise of the machines: Electronic transactions are …
ECOMScape: Malaysia Ecommerce Landscape by ecommerceIQ
How to Link Aadhaar Card with PAN Card Online and Through SMS
3 Reasons Why Quickteller App Is Better Than Individual …
Chart: How Marketers Use Social Media
New Year, New Branch – Virtual Branch Banking in 2018 …
International inbound tourism by mode of transport 2015 …
Operations management for services
eFinancials 2010 Pol Navarro
It’s time to wage war on HGVs and aggressive thugs behind …
Most spoken languages worldwide 2016
How Can You Track Employee Internet Usage?
The state of digital banking: consumers want more than …
Top Mobile Banking Security Tips
Feeling the pinch at Christmas? You’re not alone