PNC Bank has announced the launch of its PINACLE Mobile Application for iPad. PNC’s corporate and commercial customers now have an additional tool which will enable them to access their online accounts and to gain insight into their day-to-day business activities.
The app will enable customers to:
- View balances and transaction details
- Approve payments
- Manage user access
- Personalize their mobile banking experience
“Tablet use has grown tremendously across our customer base,” said James Graham, executive vice president and head of Treasury Management, PNC Bank. “We worked with our clients to design an iPad app that offers them convenience as well as a secure, outstanding user experience. User administration, along with the portability of our new app, makes it a convenient tool for the decision-maker on the go.”
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