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Financial services must gain speed and go mobile to satisfy customers

Nearly three-quarters of the IT decision-makers within financial services organisations surveyed considered a major application renewal necessary to ensure that their firm could cope with current and future business and technology needs. Alongside this, the e-money wallet is on the brink of becoming a viable technology in the UK, mobile money apps have proved their value and manufacturers are launching near-field communication handsets.

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