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Mobile represents the least expensive channel, provides the best consumer experience, and is arguably the most flexible customer interaction. This ABA Banking Journal article, "Popular bank equipment that customers pay for", explores why banks are struggling to deliver mobile capabilities.
Industry experts, including Zoot’s Marketing Director Eric Lindeen, weigh in on factors that make cardholders the most valuable in the eyes of their financial institution in this Bankrate.com article, "How valuable are you to credit card issuers?"
Financial institutions taking a mobile first approach may be the ones to finally push mobile banking forward. Read how "Mobile Payment Risk Shouldn’t Deter Consumer Adoption" in this Collections & Credit Risk article.
This Mobile Payments Today article poses the question, "Mobile wallets: will value actually drive adoption?"
Zoot's Eric Lindeen discusses how "A Centralized Credit Policy is Best Defense Against Fair-Lending Complaints" in this American Banker article.