ANZ has launched Transactive – Mobile, a mobile app that integrates with, and acts as an extension of, ANZ Transactive, its online cash management solution for corporates. Customers can use the mobile app to remotely monitor real-time account balances, view current and prior-day transactions, and approve or reject payments.
A key feature of ANZ’s recently announced ‘Banking on Australia’ programme, an investment programme for ANZ’s Australian business designed to make it easier for Australians to bank with ANZ, the mobile app is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch mobile digital devices. It can be downloaded from Australian and New Zealand App stores.
ANZ global head of payments and cash management, Nigel Dobson, said: “By recognising that our customers are spending more time on the move, ANZ Transactive – Mobile is designed to offer them a functional mobile banking experience that enables them to be as productive on the road as they are in the office.”
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