First Tennessee Bank has launched a business mobile banking product featuring treasury management capabilities for iPhones and other smartphones. With business mobile banking, customers can conduct key business banking functions securely and conveniently from the web browsers of their mobile devices.
Customers can view account balances, initiate stop payment requests, pay bills, transfer funds, approve the release of automated clearing house (ACH) files for processing, view cheque and deposit images and make positive pay decisions.
“At First Tennessee, we’re constantly developing mobile technology to fit the changing lifestyles of our customers,” said Taylor Vaughan, director of treasury management services for First Tennessee. “We are one of the first banks in the country to offer this unique business functionality, and it’s just another step we are taking to ensure we continue to be the bank of choice for our business customers.”
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