, Inc. (NASDAQ: FISV), a leading global provider of financial services technology solutions, today announced that Mobiliti™ from Fiserv received the highest score for a customizable solution in the
Javelin Strategy & Research 2013-2014 Mobile Banking Vendor Scorecard
. The report offers a detailed, competitive analysis and ranking of 11 mobile banking providers based on an evaluation of security, mobile platform support, product features and emerging capabilities. This marks the third year that Fiserv has been a top ranked mobile banking solution provider in the report.
Fiserv was rated highly across all four areas of evaluation for customizable solutions, particularly the features category. The features category analyzed money monitoring and advanced money movement capabilities available through the solution, as well as user ratings, reviews, partnerships and clients. The integration of the Popmoney
person-to-person payment service into Mobiliti in 2013 was highlighted as a notable addition to the Fiserv solution set. The report authors also noted that Mobiliti offers the ability to review bill information from a mobile device, as well as the ability to add a new payee by taking a picture of a bill with a smartphone camera.
“In the past year, Fiserv has expanded its already comprehensive mobile banking offering by completing the integration of the Popmoney person-to-person solution into the Mobiliti platform,” said Mary Monahan, executive vice president and research director, Mobile, Javelin Strategy & Research. “Mobiliti goes beyond the basics with capabilities such as alerts and notifications as well as tools designed to measure, monitor and improve customer acceptance and usage of mobile banking.”
The Javelin report noted that adoption of mobile banking continues to grow rapidly, as does its importance to consumers, which underscores the value of selecting a leading mobile banking provider. In a positive sign, only 31 percent of non-mobile bankers said they were skeptical of mobile banking’s value, down from 40 percent in 2012. The percentage of non-mobile bankers citing security concerns as a reason to not use the service also declined.