Fiserv has announced that Bell State Bank & Trust, has deployed Mobiliti from Fiserv. As a result, Bell State Bank & Trust will provide customers with a range of mobile banking capabilities, including the ability to pay bills, pay other people and deposit checks from their smartphones.
Bill Russell, executive vice president, Retail Banking, Bell State Bank & Trust said: “With Mobiliti, we’re making it possible for customers to not only access information from their mobile devices, but to also complete transactions from them – it’s like having the bank in your hand.”
“Bell State Bank & Trust was looking for a second generation mobile banking solution that would support growing, in-demand services such as mobile payments, deposits and tablet banking,” said Erich Litch, division president, Digital Channels, Fiserv. “With Mobiliti, customers can enjoy a user experience tailored to their device, whether it is a feature phone, a smartphone or a tablet, and complete a wide range of transactions right from their trusted Bell State Bank & Trust account.”
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