Sitting at home and checking your bank balance? You're not alone. Tablet banking, often done from the comfort of the couch, has increased the number of interactions between consumers and financial institutions.
Intuit Pay, which launched on iOS in March, is now also available on Android, giving even more businesses and anyone selling products or services an easy and low cost way to accept credit and debit card payments.
Intuit Inc. (Nasdaq: INTU) is making Mint, its popular online personal finance solution, available to financial institutions, giving them a fresh new way to build deeper, trusting relationships with banking customers through digital branches.
Global Payments is further strengthening its mobile payment offerings in the UK following the latest roll-out of Intuit Pay, an integrated mobile payment solution provided by Intuit.
Wading into a crowded UK market, Intuit has launched its app and chip and PIN dongle system for turning mobile phones into card payment terminals.
With today's introduction of QuickBooks Online for iPad, small businesses that are mobile by nature will no longer have to save the books for last.
Social commerce outfit Payvment is shutting down its platform and offloading its 200,000 Facebook merchant customers to rival Ecwid.
People who bank online and via their mobile are far more engaged with their bank, and consequently more profitable than digital refuseniks, according to fresh data from Intuit.
Intuit today launched an RTI Wizard making it easy for small businesses using its QuickBooks Payroll software to prepare for the changes to payroll in plenty of time for the April 2013 deadline.
Intuit Inc. (Nasdaq: INTU) and Monitise (LSE: MONI) announce they are exploring the delivery of new mobile solutions that will help businesses and consumers better manage their money on the go.
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