Mobile Banking in Denmark explodes and overtakes online banking via PC
Monday, 11 November 2013
One driver is that the Danes visit their banks on line around the
clock. For the first time ever Danes use more mobile banking serves
than through a computer when they go online for banking, according to
new figures from a study from Danish banks’s IT service.
The Danes now use mobile phones more than the computer when they are
dealing with their bank account operations. One reason is that young
people are good at keeping track of account due to their inner city's
nightlife, train ticket purchases and travels or because it is easy and
time effective, according to an analysis by the Danish banks' computer
BEC is a Danish full – service IT house which has been operating since
19654 and has been developing and operating IT systems for financial
institutions operating in Denmark.
This a far cry from when one had to pass the bank on the way to
work of home from work and step in for bills payment as such
Then came a period in which banking could be done at home from a home
PC, but now reports suggest that from the latest numbers that bank
customers rather take care of their banking business in the train on
the way to or from work using their smart phones.
New figures from BEC shows that the number of bank visits via mobile
phone has tripled in less than two years. According to BEC customers
daily made 28,100 visits via mobile phone in early 2012, they are now
doing 90,355 daily visits. This corresponds to an increase of over 220
This makes the phone for the first time more popular than PC when the bank should be visited.
By Scancomark.com Team
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