February 2 – Malauzai Software, a provider of mobile and Internet banking SmartApps™ for community financial institutions, ended 2015 on a high note, clocking in a record number of financial institutions that now use its mobile banking solutions. As part of this positive trend, Malauzai’s bank and credit union customers also experienced strong growth, witnessing an average expansion of more than 30 percent in terms of active number of mobile bankers.
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The SmartwearApp™ Apple Watch banking app from Malauzai gives end users the ability to check balances, view transaction history and access a branch locator, with plans to expand transactional and money movement capabilities as the watch functionality expands. Complete with customized branding, SmartwearApps also offer financial institutions the opportunity to share promotional and educational alerts via the watch screen.
The SmartwearApp is deserving of the Innovative Solutions Award for the following reasons:
- It was one of the first banking apps for the Apple Watch available in the U.S., with eight community banks and credit unions going live the day Apple launched the watch. These institutions beat nearly all big banks in developing a wearables app.
- SmartwearApps provide users easy, secure access to their most relevant banking information.
- The app takes advantage of the GPS location capabilities of the Apple Watch and enables users to locate and map themselves to specific branch or ATM locations.
- Malauzai developed the SmartwearApp and helped eight institutions go live in under 40 days from project start to completion.
- The app is available in English and Spanish.
April 9 – Malauzai Software, a provider of mobile and Internet banking SmartApps for community financial institutions, announces that five community banks are launching SmartwearApps for the Apple Watch. (more…)
April 9 – D+H Corporation has announced a strategic alliance with Malauzai Software, Inc., an industry leader in the rapidly growing mobile banking market, to jointly develop and deploy advanced mobile banking solutions to D+H core system and Internet banking clients. Together, D+H and Malauzai will empower their community banks and credit unions to deliver the most intuitive and secure mobile banking experience available today to financial institutions of any size.
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.
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.