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commercebank.jpgCommerce Bank, which bills itself as America’s Most Convenient Bank, has launched a Virtual Private Bank reports Mobile Weblog, making it the first Web-based private banking platform. Commerce customers will be able to access their accounts from PDA smartphones such as a Blackberry or Treo, or the upcoming iPhone.

According to the company’s press release, “this technology equips clients with an up-to-date financial picture of all their assets, and organizes other important information – such as stock trackers, medical and insurance information, account numbers, world news, weather, sports and even their favorite wines.” Now that’s convenience!

America’s Most Convenient Bank Offers First Mobile Private Banking Service [Mobile Weblog]

  • liliie

    to me it sounds like they pretty much depend from xgnite to get a real time service at leat now they get credit for something like this

  • Leo Chan

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  • Ben Werdmuller

    These kinds of developments are great news for the industry.

    The holy grail is a situation where data is passed through relatively open, generic standards, so that API or widget lock-in is no longer a business model (as all tools speak the same language, and are therefore more interchangeable). Then the selling point becomes the actual features, quality and pricing of the services, and the market takes over.

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