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Global Banking News - 15 March 2013

Communication Federal Credit Union (CFCU), which serves about 55,000 members across Oklahoma and Kansas, has announced that it has launched mobile financial services.

In partnership with Tyfone, CFCU has launched mobile financial services to its members. The solution includes Fiserv XP2 core integrated mobile banking. The credit union said that the multimode mobile banking solution offers a complete range of features delivered to banking customers via Apps, mobile Web or SMS.

Mark Miyamoto, director of mobile banking and product development for Tyfone, said, 'Tyfone's offering meets the demands of mobile bankers by providing the convenient and relevant features that matter most, especially for people that are on-the-go and do not always have time to stop at their local branch or login from a computer to check their account status. For example, the Reg D counter is a simple, yet effective tool to inform CFCU members of how many transfers they have remaining until the end of the month. Putting this information at their fingertips ensures that CFCU members are able to know the status of their account at a moment's notice and gives them the ability to move their money when they need to, even while travelling out of town or while out shopping.'

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