September 24 – Malauzai Software, a provider of mobile banking SmartApps for community financial institutions, has launched its SmartwebApps at FinovateFall in New York. The platform brings a native app-like experience to the desktop, offering the same functionality of Internet banking in addition to the advanced features and user experience of Malauzai’s mobile banking SmartApps.
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March 11 – Malauzai Software Inc., a provider of mobile banking SmartApps for community financial institutions, has developed a mobile banking app for banks’ commercial account holders. The Business Mobile SmartApp has been implemented by New Castle, Ind.-based Ameriana Bank.
Oct 16 – Malauzai, a provider of mobile banking SmartApps for community financial institutions, has released Monkey Insights, a monthly research service based on the company’s real-time experience behavioral analytics. Monkey Insights will reports on two indices: The Mobile Engagement Index, which tracks end-user engagement with mobile banking and the M-Money Index, which summarizes statistics related to mobile money movement such as transfers, bill payments and deposits.
July 18 – When a customer of a bank can register for mobile banking instantly on a Sunday afternoon when the bank is closed, and deposit a check minutes after downloading the SmartApp, that is a great experience. When a credit union member can turn their debit card off and on to stop fraud in its tracks, that credit union is delivering a great member experience. Enabled by a second generation mobile offering that connects directly to the core system, more than 60 community banks and credit unions now leverage solutions from Malauzai Software, Inc. to create a rich user experience.
April 4 – Malauzai Software Inc., a provider of mobile banking applications for community financial institutions, announced it has completed a $2.3 million capital raise. The company will use the funds to expand its footprint in mobile banking, pursue strategic partnerships and increase awareness of its proprietary SmartApp platform. Malauzai makes this announcement on the heels of forming distribution partnerships with Catalyst Corporate Credit Union and CFC Technology, accelerating access to next-generation mobile banking apps for community financial institutions.
Nov 16 – Austin, Texas-based, Malauzai Software Inc., which provides SmartApps to community financial institutions, has signed agreements with 25 banks since the company’s May 2011 launch. The company credits consumer demand for a better mobile banking experience and a surge in smartphone ownership for its growth. Customers live in the apps store include $494 million New Castle, Ind.–based Ameriana Bank, $417 million St. Louis–based Royal Banks of Missouri, $1.9 billion Lubbock, Texas–based City Bank Texas and $336 million Walden, N.Y.–based Walden Savings Bank.
Nov 4 – Software Inc. announces plans to help banks attract a new generation of customers and replace lost-fee income by partnering with Paducah, Ky.-based Computer Services Inc. to broaden the use of customer-focused mobile offerings. Earlier this year, Malauzai launched its next-generation SmartApps mobile banking platform. CSI is aggressively marketing Malauzai’s mobile platform as a white-label solution to its core community bank customers and prospects. Within the past three months, 15 CSI customers have implemented SmartApps to enhance their mobile banking offerings.
March 2 – Malauzai Software, a provider of mobile and Internet banking SmartApps for community financial institutions, has partnered with digital payments services provider Payveris to offer its clients faster payments services. The integration is being used by Dimmit, Texas-based First United Bank to provide account holders next-day person-to-person (P2P) payments in an effort to better meet the needs of its millennial customer base in a competitive banking market.
February 3 – Shastic, the company behind Calcubot, and MeridianLink have announced a strategic alliance that integrates Calcubot’s Facebook and mobile lending tools into the MeridianLink loan origination ecosystem. This integration enables the first digital omni-channel for lending, in which next-generation borrowers can shop for a loan from looking to booking through their mobile devices, Facebook or the web, with cloud-based continuity across platforms and devices.
January 29 – William Mills Agency, provider of financial public relations and marketing services, has released its annual financial services industry research, “Bankers as Buyers.” The twelfth annual report is a collection of research, observations and articles about what technology, solutions and services U.S. bankers will buy in 2015.