US financial services provider Bremer Bank has entered an agreement with US-based global financial services technology company Fiserv to deploy the latter’s Mobiliti suite as its mobile banking, payments and alerting engine.
Mobiliti from Fiserv is set to enable Bremer Bank customers to access their financial information via their choice of SMS (text messaging), mobile browser and downloadable applications for Android and the iPhone.
Mobiliti is set to deliver a range of mobile banking and payments capabilities including checking balances, locating ATMs, receiving alerts, paying bills and transferring funds. Bremer also plans to add a tablet version of Mobiliti in a future phase of its mobile banking service rollout.
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