Category: Mobile Banking

2017 Year of AI & Digital Payments

To draw a rough sketch of exaggerated scenario of how these two technologies (AI & FinTech) may interact with us in the future and what warrants the, perhaps perplexing, 2 super powers. AI’s Control systems are widely used. They govern how a simple thermostat adapts to a target temperature.

Transforming lives with Mobile Money

Today’s consumer expects a seamless mobile payment experience; failing to meet those expectations can be devastating to a brand, idea, innovation and eventually the payments industry.

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Mobile Banking Services

M-banking, also called mobile banking, enables individuals to perform financial transactions on their bank account utilizing a mobile device. Bank patrons with an authorized mobile device will be able to undertake primary transactions, including replenishing their mobile airtime, transferring funds, reviewing their account balances, settling outstanding debts, and making exclusive appeals.

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Mobile Financial Services – Powerful Tool for mCommerce

With the advancement in technology like artificial intelligence, quantum computing, blockchain, etc. organizations outside the banking industry are diversifying and demystifying financial services. Targeting small & succinct margins in the space they are making a lot. These were organizations servicing millions of customers through broad distribution channels, be they, mobile operators, mobile handset manufacturers, retailers, or online merchants.

Introduction To Mobile Banking Services

Mobile banking (including mobile airtime top-up services), on the other hand, is when a financial institution allows its customers to conduct financial transactions on their bank account via a mobile device. Mobile banking, also known as M-banking, basically allows a user to operate a bank account using their mobile phone.

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2013 The Year of Mobile Money

From a financial inclusion perspective, mobile money services were essentially for unbanked and underprivileged customers, but due to the unavailability of a Ministry of Innovation as well as strong control from central banks, this got lots of support and attention, resulting in rapid growth for those providers who got the principles right, though the majority of such services failed (no offense to any, just referring to the statistics available across the globe on successful and vanished mobile money deployments).