Corporate Mobile Banking Offers On-the-Go Management Control System, But Enterprises Remain Wary

FARMINGTON, Conn., Jan. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Both banks and commercial enterprises tend towards caution when dealing with mobile banking for corporate transactions. This, despite online corporate banking offering executives "anytime, anywhere" management control functions, including viewing cash position in near real-time, approving payments and receiving alerts.


Global Information Inc (GII) presents highlights from new market research on corporate mobile banking from our premium research partner Mercator Advisory Group, Inc. These reports individually and collectively offer valuable insights on the direction of the payments industry, both in relation to online corporate banking and out into extended applications of the technology.

Mobile Banking for U.S. Corporate Customers: Catching On Slowly

Many corporate treasury personnel already have mobile devices (of myriad different kinds) and desire to mobilize their work lives as they have their personal lives. This research reviews the challenges of authorizing mobile transactions for corporations, as well as the challenges facing banks in attempting to serve these companies.

Report highlights include: a description of the challenges of a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) mobile strategy, as it affects both the corporate customer and the bank; a catalog of the treasury functions most often supported by vendors and offered by banks; identification and assessment of the three functional areas that differentiate the needs of middle market and larger customers from those of small business customers; an overview of the major delivery mechanisms for mobile banking in corporations today; and profiles of eight of the leading vendors and their strategies for supporting banks in offering mobile services to corporate customers.

An Executive Summary for this report and free sample pages from the full document are available at

ISOs and Innovation: The Evolution of Independent Sales Organizations in the U.S.

Nonbanks have long been active in enabling card acceptance for merchants, whether through sales and service, processing, or equipment. The rapidly aging new millennium has seen many ISOs decline in prominence or become absorbed by competing firms, while those still able to corner a niche have thrived on the competition. Survivors of recent market consolidation and encroachment by disruptive outsiders have done so through superior firepower, launching salvos into the space of value-added resellers and independent software vendors, and causing disruptions of their own.

This report profiles three such firms to illustrate winning core strategies in merchant payment services just as the market shifts in some sectors from commodity payment services to innovative technology and other disruptive plays.

An Executive Summary for this report and free sample pages from the full document are available at

Single-Merchant Wallets: Mobile Payments for the Immediate Future

Every day, more is being said about the potential value in mobile payments. Yet the struggles facing major mobile payment solution providers such as Google and Isis are well documented. How can a product with so much potential be so difficult to launch?

This report compares single-merchant wallets with universal wallets, classifies the two major types of single-merchant mobile wallets, and describes which merchants are in the best position to implement the two types. The report also profiles multiple solutions currently available for consumers and forecasts the growth pattern for single-merchant wallets, with a particular focus on the effect of universal mobile wallet proliferation.

An Executive Summary for this report and free sample pages from the full document are available at

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