Global insurer ANV Group is aiming to make it easier for brokers to offer specialized commercial insurance lines to small- and medium-sized businesses with a tool for acquiring and servicing customers through mobile phones and Internet devices.
When Apple Watch sold out in six hours on its first day of pre-orders last week, it even took some of the most bullish Apple observers by surprise.
Yes Bank of India aims to reach customers through Twitter in a way that may sound unique to marketers in other countries. In India and other parts of South Asia it is reportedly common to communicate...
Liquid Holdings has launched a mobile version of its suite of investment management tools and services that is touch-optimized for use from any mobile device.
Much like Siri has served as a virtual assistant to iPhone users, helping them navigate the possibilities of their devices, a new mobile-based virtual assistant named Kasisto is planning to offer similar functionality tailored toward banking. Recently spun off from SRI International, the same organization that sold Siri technology to Apple in 2010, Kasisto plans two commercial releases next year of virtual banking agents.
Euronext has launched an iPhone app to deliver market data from its equities markets to retail investors. The free app will deliver market data delayed by 15 minutes or updated at the end of the day.
Sixty-one percent of male investors under the age of 34 use their smartphones to check on their order status after placing trades, far more than any other investing activity they do with their smartphones. Meanwhile, women under the age of 30 are most likely to use their smartphones to research investment products, at 44 percent.
Two new iPhone apps launched last week aim to turn upside-down the fee structures with which retail investors trade and access market information.
Mobile apps have become the most common daily interaction channel for the banking industry as a whole, and 45 percent of smartphone users in the U.S. and U.K. have downloaded and been satisfied with banking apps, according to a study released today by Apigee Institute. By contrast, only 27 percent of the same pool of respondents have downloaded and been satisfied with apps from large retailers.
Fidelity isn't the first company to launch an interactive virtual city app, but it's the first to create one in which the city is built entirely out of stocks. StockCity, developed by Fidelity's research and development think tank Fidelity Labs, is a data visualization app that recreates investors' portfolios as a 3-D city.