Contributor : Sicily Axton

article | February 7th, 2018

What if Amazon Offered a Checking Account?

More consumers would be interested in a fee-based checking account from Amazon that included other benefits than free checking. And there’s a lesson here for traditional banks.

By: Sicily Axton
article | November 27th, 2017

Alexa, What’s My Checking Account Balance?

Capital One, Bank of America and U.S. Bank embrace the era of the digital assistant.

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article | December 20th, 2016

Big Banks Launch Zelle to Compete with P2P Payments App Venmo

With P2P poised to hit the mainstream, big banks are making their moves into the marketplace.

By: Sicily Axton
article | September 10th, 2015

The Big Banks’ Latest Trends in Mobile Banking

This article describes trends in customer preferences for mobile banking and why it matters to credit unions and community banks.

By: Sicily Axton
article | April 17th, 2015

Facebook is Hungry for Mobile Payments

StrategyCorps’ Sicily Axton writes about Facebook’s latest foray into the financial industry.

By: Sicily Axton
article | February 20th, 2015

Big Banks Deliver Mobile Shopping Features

This article describes upcoming and new offerings from the biggest banks.

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article | December 15th, 2014

A Look at what TD Bank is Doing in Mobile Banking

TD Bank’s partnership with Moven is bringing advanced budgeting resources to the bank’s customers.

By: Sicily Axton
article | October 10th, 2014

Walmart Makes a Bet on the Future of Banking

Walmart is taking a multipronged approach to entering the banking world.

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article | August 20th, 2014

How Modern Consumers are Re-defining Their Relationships with Banks

Simple and Bank of America are two examples of financial service providers recognizing the power of the mobile channel.

By: Sicily Axton
article | March 21st, 2014

Banks and Social Media: The Customer’s View

StrategyCorps’ Sicily Axton goes in search of what customers want out of their banks on social media.

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