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BancVue Says It Will Juice Up Mobile Offerings in 2014

BancVue Says It Will Juice Up Mobile Offerings in 2014

by December 26, 2013 at 11:47 am 0 comments

BancVue is partnering with MoneyDesktop and strengthening its mobile offerings to help community banks compete with bigger rivals. Kasasa is the product for which BancVue is primarily known. Kasasa is a suite of accounts that community banks and credit unions can offer, such as savings accounts and rewards and loyaltyRead More

Who’s Marketing That New Product for Banks? Increasingly, Their Vendors

Who’s Marketing That New Product for Banks? Increasingly, Their Vendors

by November 8, 2013 at 12:55 pm 5 comments

Smaller vendors are increasingly assuming marketing responsibilities with banks to help get products in front of customers. MoneyDesktop is known for its beautiful user experience and slick functionality — who doesn’t love those bubble budgets? — but the company is taking a deeper dive into partnering with banks with itsRead More

MercBank Prepares System Overhaul to Incorporate All Digital Accounts

MercBank Prepares System Overhaul to Incorporate All Digital Accounts

by September 19, 2013 at 10:23 am 0 comments

Mercantile Bank of Michigan, which recently acquired its Michigan neighbor Firstbank, is preparing an overhaul of its consumer-facing digital banking systems to take place on October 23, 2013. At 7 AM on that date, the bank’s mobile, online and bill pay platforms will come together with a single sign-on. “ARead More

2Q13 Best of Show Awards, Bank Innovation-style

2Q13 Best of Show Awards, Bank Innovation-style

by May 29, 2013 at 1:52 pm 0 comments

Mobile wallet and security are top of mind for the financial services industry these days. Both issues were well represented at Finovate Spring 2013 in San Francisco  Bank Innovation attended and chose the four companies that offered an interesting, desirable product with an easily identifiable ROI. Our account of every presentationRead More

PFM Isn’t So Personal Anymore

PFM Isn’t So Personal Anymore

by April 24, 2013 at 5:16 pm 1 comment

PFM stands for “personal financial management” — or does it? MoneyDesktop has released version 4.0 of its award-winning platform, famous for its hypnotically lovely bubble budgets, and the product includes functionality for businesses as well as individuals. The new version of MoneyDesktop allows business owners to include business accounts. This newRead More

PFM is Good for You. So Why Don’t More People Use It?

PFM is Good for You. So Why Don’t More People Use It?

by December 7, 2012 at 10:19 am 8 comments

Financial institutions sure are excited to offer personal financial management (PFM) software to customers these days. The problem is, customers are slow to take them up on it. My Community Federal Credit Union, a Midlands, Texas-based credit union with 23,000 members, recently launched a PFM product from MoneyDesktop, which has pickedRead More

MoneyDesktop Officially Releases Its MoneyMobile PFM App

MoneyDesktop Officially Releases Its MoneyMobile PFM App

by November 19, 2012 at 3:26 pm 0 comments

MoneyDesktop formally released its mobile app, MoneyMobile, today. The app has already won Best in Show at both Finovate Fall 2012 and BAI Retail Delivery 2012. Because of these awards, the fintech sector has been buzzing — some of it positive; some of it not — about the app andRead More

Finovate Fall 2012: Demo Performance Scores and Reviews

Finovate Fall 2012: Demo Performance Scores and Reviews

by September 13, 2012 at 5:38 pm 3 comments

By the end of a Finovate, our brains go numb, one demo melds into the next, and we can’t quite remember what happened on Day 1. And we include the night of Day 1 in that. But despite all that, we continue our tradition of shadow grading the Finovate demos.Read More

MoneyDesktop Acquires Mobile PFM Vendor MoneyReef

by August 3, 2012 at 9:38 am 0 comments

MoneyDesktop Inc, a PFM provider that caters to credit unions and regional banks, has acquired MoneyReef, a mobile PFM provider. Terms of the transaction weren’t disclosed. The purchase lets the Provo, Utah-based company grow out its mobile initiatives. “Increasing our clients’ loan volume has always been our top priority andRead More