Bank Of America Mobile Banking

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    system Yung-Hsun Hung Due date: 10.10.2012 1. What benefits does mobile banking provide to consumers? Why haven’t more many consumers adopted mobile banking yet? The first benefit the mobile banking offers is that you can use the bank service at any time. When you are traveling, you may not have access to a bank of ATM machine. However, if you have a cell phone, you may be able to set up mobile access for your bank account so that you can check your balance and transfer funds while on

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  • Bank of America Mobile Banking

    Mobile Banking On a cold morning in January 2010, Jen McDonald, head of Bank of America Corporation's (B of A) Digital Marketing group, walked briskly to the conference room to discuss the future of the bank's mobile strategy with Douglas Brown, senior vice president, Mobile Product Development, and David Carrel, senior vice president, Strategy and Analysis at Starcom, the company which the bank worked with for internet. Bof A launched mobile banking in May 2007, which allowed customers to

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  • Case Analysis: Bank of America: Mobile Banking

    Introduction Bank of America is one of the largest U.S. bank holding companies; it was founded in 1904 and expanded with several acquisitions. Mobile banking was launched in 2007 and within three years Bank of America had 4 million active customers using this service. Mobile banking may be the single biggest innovation the global banking industry has seen. From smart phones to tablets and laptops, banking customers are pushing their institutions to develop more mobile services. This success

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    Internation Business Case Study Bank of Amerian and The Chinese Credit Card Market 1. How important is China to Bank of America? Did BOA do the right thing by taking a minority position in CCB? We considered that Bank of America’s taking minority position in CCB (9 percent, as stated from the case) is an adequate decision. Looking at the situation from the perspective of a firm in search for successful overseas expansion, we considered that CCB - one of the largest commercial banks in China - could serve

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    Satisfaction with Mobile Banking in Korea and its Implementation in Bangladesh" [pic] LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL June 17, 2012 Syeda Mahrufa Bashar Lecturer Institute of Business of Administration University of Dhaka Subject: Writing report on “Understanding Factors Affecting Trust in and Satisfaction with Mobile Banking in Korea and its Implementation in Bangladesh” Dear Madam We are submitting our term paper on “Understanding Factors Affecting Trust in and Satisfaction with Mobile Banking

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    benefit of mobile banking service regardless of being online user. Instead of concentrating on binding people to use both mobile and online banking they should concentrate more on customer satisfaction. Mobile banking is a very convenient channel to interact with clients as compared to other channels, as it is fast and can be accessed at any time from any place around the globe. BOA might have an adverse effect on its market share as compared to its peers/ competitors who are dominating the mobile banking

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  • Bank of America : Analysis

    11/28/12 Case Analysis Bank of America Mobile Banking - College Essays - Yibin2000 Log In | Essays Book Notes Citation Generator More Sign Up Search 850 000 Essays Henkel Business Challenge Create a new product or technology for a sustainable world with Henkel www.henkelchallenge.com/studentgame Savings Account Experience Great Savings with Standard Chartered Savings Account standardchartered.co.in/Savings Equity Market Read Financial News Anytime Online On Economic Times™ Official Site

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    Bank of America research paper Kim Adams Wilmington University Bank of America's history dates back to 1904, when Amadeo Giannini founded the Bank of Italy in San Francisco to cater to immigrants who were denied service from other banks. Shortly following the opening of Bank of Italy the San Francisco earthquake struck, causing most banks to halt all lending practices. Giannini managed to rescue funds to start lending within a few days of the disaster to those who was willing to rebuild

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  • Case Analysis of Bank of America: Mobile Banking

    Case Analysis of Bank of America: Mobile Banking Marcus J. Durr Professor Trittipo AMBA 650 Section 9047 January 31, 2012 Abstract During the tough time for the banking industry when many banks have gone into bankruptcy or have began add numerous fees to their service in order to stay afloat; Bank of American (BoA) has also experienced some of the effects of the financial crisis. In an effort to weather the storm BoA began to incorporate mobile banking. While its competitors were implementing

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    An Internship Report On Mobile Banking (Banking In Your Hand)-A Study On Dutch-Bangla Bank Limited, Satmosjid Road Branch Date of Submission: 10th September 2011 An Internship Report On Mobile Banking (Banking In Your Hand)-A Study On Dutch-Bangla Bank Limited, Satmosjid Road Branch Date Of Submission: 10th September 2011 Declaration I do hereby declare that this Internship report entitled “Mobile Banking (Banking in your Hand)” is submitted by me to Northern University

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  • The Bank of America Case

    CASE STUDY: BANK OF AMERICA George Koduah October 30, 2012 CASE STUDY: BANK OF AMERICA Introduction Modern marketing practices have assumed a global perspective such that organizations must continually innovate their product and service offering to stay competitive and profitable. This situation has been exacerbated by increase consumer access to information, consumer quest for individuality, better product/service and better pricing. In the case of Bank of America (BoFA), such issues become

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  • Dutch Bangla Bank Mobile Banking

    Letter of Transmittal April……………… Department of Accounting Rangpur Government College Subject: Submission of the Term Paper. Dear Sir. I am pleased to inform you that I have completed the Term Paper on Dutch Bangla Bank Mobile Banking. I am in high spirits that now I can present it. Though due to shortage of time I face some difficulties to complete this report properly but I have tried my level best. I, therefore, hope and pray that my report would quench your thirst and will

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    does mobile banking provide to consumers? Why haven’t more many consumers adopted mobile banking yet? The first benefit the mobile banking offers is that you can use the bank service at any time. When you are traveling, you may not have access to a bank of ATM machine. However, if you have a cell phone, you may be able to set up mobile access for your bank account so that you can check your balance and transfer funds while on the road. Account security is another key benefit for mobile banking

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  • Bank of America

    Bank of America Corporation is an American multinational banking and financial services corporation headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina. It is the second largest bank holding company in the United States by assets. As of 2010, Bank of America is the fifth-largest company in the United States by total revenue, and the third-largest non-oil company in the U.S. (after Walmart and General Electric). In 2010, Forbes listed Bank of America as the third biggest company in the world. Despite its

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  • Mobile Banking in Brack Bank

    Brack Bank Corporate Vision Building profitable and socially responsible financial institution focused on Market and Business with Growth potential, thereby assisting BRAC and stakeholders to build a just, enlightened, healthy democratic and poverty free Bangladesh”. Corporate Mission Sustained growth in Small & Medium Enterprise sector Continuous low-cost deposit Growth with controlled growth in retail assets. Corporate Assets to be funded through self-liability mobilization

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  • Bank of America

    Investing in Bank of America Bank of America Corporation (NYSE:BAC) is one of the largest banking institutions in America. Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) headquarter is located in Charlotte, North Carolina, and is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). Bank of America Corporation as any other company or banking institutions has its vicissitudes in the stock market because of the financial crisis in 2009. As one of the world’s largest financial intuitions, Bank of America serves approximately

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    eleven thousand in 1984 to just over seven thousand in 2006. The average profitability of the largest banks grew to outstrip the profitability of the industry’s smallest banks; an outcome traceable to increased competition from bank and nonbank financial firms, new technology that reduced the advantage of banks having a local presence, and the development of services that could be offered over wider geographic areas (www.mheducation.com). A new type of financial-services holding company (FHC)

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  • Bank of America: Decisions for the Future

    Bank of America: Decisions for the Future ECO 550: Managerial Economics 16 June 2013 Abstract Long-term capital budgeting is the process used by many companies to make substantial term investments, in order to receive the greatest cash flow. A company must first look at an analysis of cash flows and cost and earnings of the project to determine whether to accept or reject a capital budgeting project. The three rules used to make decisions towards capital budgeting; the payback

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  • Bank of America

    Introduction: The Bank of America was formed in 1998 after the merger of California based Bank of America and the Nations Bank of North Carolina. At the end of the 20th century the bank stood as the second largest bank in the American market with close to 4500 branches operating in 21 states. Most of these branches were located in high growth markets of the south and west coast. Globally, it employed 1, 40,000 employees across 190 nations, over $8 billon in revenues, $360 billion in deposits and

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  • Mobile Banking the Future of Banking Industry

    Mobile banking is a system that allows customers of a financial institution to conduct a number of financial transactions through a mobile device such as a mobile phone or personal digital assistant. Mobile banking differs from mobile payments, which involve the use of a mobile device to pay for goods or services either at the point of sale or remotely,[1] analogously to the use of a debit or credit card to effect an EFTPOS payment. The earliest mobile banking services were offered over SMS

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    Precision Research & Design | Bank of America | Mobile Banking | | Ashlee BlairDaniel CareyStephanie FortnaBrandi Stricklin | 8/4/2011 | | Table of Contents * Introduction: Main Challenge ……………. 2 * Industry Description ……………………… 3 * Brand Analysis…………………………..... 8 * SWOT Analysis………………………….... 10 * Business Model …………………. ………. 13 * Digital Marketing ………………………… 16 * Suggested Solution ……………………….. 21 * Exhibits …………………………………… 23 * References

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    includes “mobile banking” and “opportunities and challenges of mobile baking” as these are directly representative of the academic discussion on the subject of investigation. As a literature review needs to be sufficiently critical in a balanced way, the literature review for this study aims to do in the discussion of the opportunities and challenges of the subject matter through impartial assessment of the relevant concepts. 1.1. Opportunity & Challenges of Mobile Banking: 1.1.1. Mobile Banking:

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    Mobile banking also expanded the mobile payment services market, whereby consumers could pay for goods and services using their mobile phones. First introduced in Singapore in 2001, this mode of payment was gaining popularity throughout Asia and Europe. In 2009, the U.S. market was relatively immature but showed signs of growth. The mobile payments market could be categorized into three segments: local mobile payments, mobile commerce, and person-to-person (P2P) payments. Local mobile payments

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    Mobile Banking “Banking in Your Hand” 11/24/2013 Department of Management Information Systems University of Dhaka Dhaka 1000, Bangladesh An Assignment on “Mobile Banking” Prepared by: ID: 05-036 ID: 05-048 ID: 05-053 ID: 05-054 ID: 05-067 Md. Khalilur Rahman Ashik Ahmed Md. Taijul Islam Jowel Sarker Md. Nurul Amin Prepared for: Mr. Ariful Islam Apu Lecturer Department of Management Information Systems University of Dhaka Page 2 of 26 Executive Summary Importance of banking system in a

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  • Bank of America Case

    HERMAN Bank of America: Mobile Banking On a cold morning in January 2010, Jen McDonald, head of the Bank of America Corporation’s (BofA) Digital Marketing group, walked briskly to the conference room to discuss the future of the bank’s mobile strategy with Douglas Brown, senior vice president, Mobile Product Development, and David Carrel, senior vice president, Strategy and Analysis at Starcom, one of several agencies the bank worked with to support its digital efforts. BofA launched mobile banking

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  • A Study on Mobile Banking Initiatives Taken by Reserve Bank of India(Rbi)

    PGPPM 2013-15 TERM II Term Paper On CORPORATE FINANCE A study on Mobile Banking initiatives taken by Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to enable financial inclusion SUBMITTED BY A Naga Jyoti 1313009 Scope: This term paper envisages to study the major initiatives taken so far by Reserve Bank of India to enable financial inclusion using mobile device and the way forward to take the initiatives to the next level. Financial inclusion is the delivery of financial services at affordable costs

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    DESIGN Bank of America Mobile Banking Ashlee Blair Daniel Carey Stephanie Fortna Brandi Stricklin 8/4/2011   Table of Contents  Introduction: Main Challenge ……………. 2  Industry Description ……………………… 3  Brand Analysis…………………………..... 8  SWOT Analysis………………………….... 10  Business Model …………………. ………. 13  Digital Marketing ………………………… 16  Suggested Solution ……………………….. 21  Exhibits …………………………………… 23  References ………………………………… 26   Introduction Bank of America

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    Precision Research & Design | Bank of America | Mobile Banking | | Ashlee BlairDaniel CareyStephanie FortnaBrandi Stricklin | 8/4/2011 | | Table of Contents * Introduction: Main Challenge ……………. 2 * Industry Description ……………………… 3 * Brand Analysis…………………………..... 8 * SWOT Analysis………………………….... 10 * Business Model …………………. ………. 13 * Digital Marketing ………………………… 16 * Suggested Solution ……………………….. 21 * Exhibits …………………………………… 23 * References

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  • Mobile Banking Kuwait

    Journal of Global Business Advancement, Vol. 1, No. 4, 2008 111 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1011 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2011 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 40 1 2 3 4 5 6 711 8 327 Motivators and critical factors in mobile banking communications: the case of Kuwait Alkis Thrassou* Marketing Department, School of Business, University of Nicosia, Cyprus, 46 Makedonitissas Avenue, P.O. Box 24005, 1703 Nicosia, Cyprus Email: thrassou.a@unic.ac.cy *Corresponding author Lijo Raju Philip 13A, Tzarevo Selo Street

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    Case Analysis: Bank of America: Mobile Banking Introduction Bank of America is one of the largest U.S. bank holding companies; it was founded in 1904 and expanded with several acquisitions. Mobile banking was launched in 2007 and within three years Bank of America had 4 million active customers using this service. Mobile banking may be the single biggest innovation the global banking industry has seen. From smart phones to tablets and laptops, banking customers are pushing their institutions

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    Journal of Information Engineering and Applications ISSN 2224-5758 (print) ISSN 2224-896X (online) Vol 1, No.6, 2011 www.iiste.org Problems and prospects of mobile banking in Bangladesh S.M. Sohel Ahmed (Corresponding author) Lalmatia Mohila College Lalmatia, Dhaka-1207, Bangladesh. E-mail: smsohelahmed@gmail.com Shah Johir Rayhan Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University Sher-e-Bangla Nagar, Dhaka-1207, Bangladesh. E-mail: johir_rayhan2006@yahoo.com Md. Ariful Islam Regional Statistical Officer

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  • Bank of America

    Competencies) Case Study Bank of America (A) by Alexander Beil Christoph Hillgärtner Florian Schlegelmilch Harvard Case Study: Bank of America List of Contents 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Introduction / Definitions Overview “Bank of America” Product development processes Strength and weaknesses of the systems Learning through experimentation Conclusion / Learnings Summary Questions for group discussion References 1 Harvard Case Study: Bank of America 1. Introduction / Definitions

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  • Case Analysis: Bank of America: Mobile Banking

    Management Case Analysis: Bank of America: Mobile Banking Introduction Bank of America is one of the largest U.S. bank holding companies; it was founded in 1904 and expanded with several acquisitions. Mobile banking was launched in 2007 and within three years Bank of America had 4 million active customers using this service. Mobile banking may be the single biggest innovation the global banking industry has seen. From smart phones to tablets and laptops, banking customers are pushing their

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  • Bank of America Case

    Bank of America Case Analysis Bank of America has always sought to be the leader in perceiving the technological changes of the market and react to it in the fastest way possible. Though it has developed a mobile application for its customers to utilize for their daily banking transactions, it is faced with the challenge of integrating the demands of its LOBs to enhance the existing application to put in the functionalities pertaining to their business. The Bank of America executives have to make

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  • Bank of America: Mobile Banking

    Bank of America: Mobile Banking Bank of America has been successful in the US in proving mobile banking though the use of a basic smartphone application (app). The bank’s customers enjoy the convenience of, for example, checking their account balances or locating branches/ATMs using their phones. With the success of their basic banking app, Bank of America is considering expanding the functions of their app to other lines of business such as credit cards or mortgages. The problem is to decide

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    1998, the Bank of America organization named “Nations Bank” and based of Charlotte, North Carolina. In 1998, NationsBank merged with BankAmerica which was in San Francisco-based and renamed the corporation "Bank of America". In America’s bank history many banks have been consolidated into the Bank of America. The biggest one is the “Bank of Italy”, founded in San Francisco by Amadeo Giannini in 1904. in 1929 those tow banks completely merged and based in Los Angeles. After the merge bank growth strongly

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    Commerce Mobile Banking in Rural India: Roadmap to Financial Inclusion * Ms.Rati Dhillon * Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, Bharati College, University of Delhi t ABSTRACT The concept of digital inclusion in the banking industry has become a parlance in the worldwide. The term digital inclusion provides the people the skills of basic technology to participate in the knowledge economy that lead to an enhanced performance of macro-economic. The study deals with the mobile banking in India

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    recommendations to the Bank of America on how to maintain and strenghen its competitive position. Paper Introduction: strategic Management analysis bank of america Introduction The report presents the findings of a strategic management analysis ofBank of America Corporation a financial services company that participatesin most facets of the financial services sector Bank of America is anationwide financial services company in the United States and the companyis the country's third largest banking company when

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    Assignment 1: Bank of America April 26, 2015 Bank of America is one of the largest retail banking brand in the United States. Bank of America began as a small regional North Carolina National Bank and has become one of the largest companies in the world. Bank of America services individual consumers, small, middle market businesses and large corporations. 1. Outline the talent management program that led to success for the company. Bank of America has always been a leader in the financial

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  • Case Analysis of Bank of America: Mobile Banking

    Study Bank of America (A) by Alexander Beil Christoph Hillgärtner Florian Schlegelmilch Harvard Case Study: Bank of America List of Contents 1. Introduction / Definitions 2. Overview “Bank of America” 3. Product development processes 4. Strength and weaknesses of the systems 5. Learning through experimentation 6. Conclusion / Learnings 7. Summary 8. Questions for group discussion 9. References 1 Harvard Case Study: Bank of America

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    Twitter Guest editor Bill Gates Can mobile banking revolutionize the lives of the poor? By Ben Popper We're excited to have Bill Gates as our guest editor in February. Throughout the month, Bill will be sharing his vision of how technology will revolutionize life for the world's poor by 2030 by narrating episodes of the Big Future, our animated explainer series. In addition, we'll be publishing a series of features exploring the improvements in banking, health, farming, and education that will

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    Paper-FINC 345 Bank of America Today, banks keep our money safe and are highly relied on when it comes to loans and financial securities. Bank of America is the second largest bank in the U.S. and the twenty-first largest company in the U.S. Bank of America is so popular today because of their great customer services and ease of access. When it comes to their technological trends, some of the benefits are their website, online banking capabilities, mobile app and text banking, and email and text

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    Assignment #1 Bank of America Melissa Shuler February 14, 2012 HRM 532 Dr. Marie-Line Germain Outline the talent management program that led to success for the company. Before we can go into the talent management program that led to the success for the company we must know how the company began. The Bank of America was formed in 1904 when the founder of Bank of Italy, Amadeo Giannini which was solely out of San Francisco in an effort to cater to immigrants that were denied services

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    on Mobile banking in different banks, so I would be grateful if you could spend some of your time in filling up this Questionnaire. Name______________________________ 1. Age: a)18-20 b)21-25 c) 26-30 d)31-40 e)41-50 f)>50 2. Monthly Income a)5,000-10,000 b)10,001-15000 c) 15,001-20,000 d) 20,001-25,000 e)>25,000 3. Which are the banks you are dealing with? a) ICICI Bank b)HDFC Bank c) Bank d)

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  • Case Analysis of Bank of America: Mobile Banking

    Case Analysis of Bank of America: Mobile Banking Marcus J. Durr Professor Trittipo AMBA 650 Section 9047 January 31, 2012 Abstract During the tough time for the banking industry when many banks have gone into bankruptcy or have began add numerous fees to their service in order to stay afloat; Bank of American (BoA) has also experienced some of the effects of the financial crisis. In an effort to weather the storm BoA began to incorporate mobile banking. While its competitors were implementing

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  • Bank of America Mobile

    condition that faced the nation in 2008-2009, Bank of America (BoA), and other financial institutions within the country, faced the problem of how to differentiate themselves, keep their existing customers, and, at the same time, attract new customers. The leadership of the organization identified mobile banking as a new field within the financial services industry to help provide faster, easier, and more convenient services to its customers. Mobile banking offers an opportunity for BoA to increase its

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    Brittany Murphy http://www.bankofamerica.com/ More than 175,000 Bank of America associates provide financial products, services, ideas and solutions to customers and clients in 50 states and the District of Columbia. The company is poised to take on Citigroup as the largest provider of financial services and investment services by expanding its investment services network in the coming year. Bank of America has been experiencing tremendous growth against all odds and has made quite a name for itself

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  • Case Study of Bank of America-Mobile Banking

    G U P T A K E RRY HERM A N Bank of America: Mobile Banking On a cold morning in January 2010, Jen McDonald, head of the Bank of America Corporation’s (BoA) Digital Marketing group, walked briskly to the conference room to discuss the future of the bank’s mobile strategy with Douglas Brown, senior vice president, Mobile Product Development, and David Carrel, senior vice president, Strategy and Analysis at Starcom, one of several agencies the bank worked with to support its digital

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  • Bank of America: Mobile Banking

    G U P T A K E RRY HERM A N Bank of America: Mobile Banking On a cold morning in January 2010, Jen McDonald, head of the Bank of America Corporation’s (BoA) Digital Marketing group, walked briskly to the conference room to discuss the future of the bank’s mobile strategy with Douglas Brown, senior vice president, Mobile Product Development, and David Carrel, senior vice president, Strategy and Analysis at Starcom, one of several agencies the bank worked with to support its digital

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