TAS Group has launched its mobile banking (m-banking) solution in Switzerland, together with BancaStato. Through the platform TAS Enterprise Program Mobile Orchestrator (TEMPO), TAS aims to focus on this new product line, by enhancing and supporting with new services the multi-channel operability of the current solutions provided to the Italian and international market.
“We are working for over a year on the mobile theme with a total focus on the user experience. The goal of our platform is to offer a variety of innovative services for users/consumers. The activities in progress concern banking and finance, as well as M-remote Payment, M-commerce, M-proximity Payment, loyalty and gift services and services for the public sector, “said Andrea Bianchi, head of mobile business development for TAS Group.
“BancaStato is one of the first banks in Switzerland to offer a real App, specifically conceived and designed to provide customers access to their accounts in complete freedom. And this is only the beginning,” said Curzio De Gottardi, member of management in charge of strategic planning and communication at BancaStato. “In the future, this new tool will also allow users to make payments.”
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