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Commonwealth Bank has proof that cardless ATM cash withdrawals are popular among consumers, now it's Westpac's turn to see the results with the launch of Westpac Emergency Cash.
Suncorp Bank aims to "future proof" its capabilities and services with its Ignite project that will see the overhaul of its entire core banking system.
DISH said it will begin accepting bitcoin payments by September through payment processor Coinbase. Bitcoins will be instantly converted into US dollars to avoid devaluation issues.
Singapore bank offers a mobile wallet, DBS PayLah, which can be downloaded as an app and allows the bank's customers to send and receive funds via their devices.
Commonwealth Bank's chief information officer Michael Harte reflects on how technology has helped the bank achieve an empathetic, intimate, and trustworthy relationship with its customers.
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Businesses are looking to save costs, while increase efficiency by moving data into the cloud, but they don't necessarily have a complete understanding of the cloud before they make that decision.
Bank of Queensland continues to undertake its due diligence process, with four IT service providers in the running, including the company's existing provider, HP.
A network of cash machines in the country will see bank users able to withdraw money using just their fingers.
St George Bank has developed a framework where it hopes to eventually integrate its mobile banking platform across all channels, with the process set to include the trialling iBeacon technology in its branches.
Of all the initiatives that Westpac is undertaking with its Strategic Investment Priorities program, its desktop virtualisation program ranks as highly as its ongoing core banking update in priority.
Telstra has signed a five-year deal to provide Westpac’s domestic data network, primary internet access, outbound voice and Pacific Bank telecommunications services.
National Australia Bank today reported AU$3.15 billion in cash earnings for the six months ending March 2014 and announced it had increased its infrastructure spending by $80 million for the half year compared to the same period last year.
Westpac banking group today announced a net profit for the six month to the end of March of AU$3.6b, and revealed it has now completed the first stage of its SIPs program.
ANZ has lifted its first half cash profit by 11 per cent following solid growth across its divisions.