Banno Mobile by Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. uses the Universal Windows Platform so the app can be deployed on all Windows 10 devices from phones to tablets via the Windows Store. Consumers will have access to their bank's white-labeled Banno Mobile app from the Windows Store.
Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. also introduced Banno People, a backend administrative app optimized for the Microsoft Edge browser that provides financial institutions with a comprehensive view of mobile users' profiles, accounts and activities.
"We are excited to see a key financial services technology provider like Jack Henry & Associates adopt the Windows 10 Universal Windows Platform for the Banno Platform to create mobile banking apps that can be used across many Windows 10 device sizes and types," said Larry Orecklin, vice president of developer experience and chief evangelist at Microsoft. "This will give the growing Windows 10 user base access to mobile banking apps from the Windows Store for the many financial institutions that use the Banno Platform."
To learn more about Jack Henry & Associates, Inc., a provider of technology solutions and payment processing services primarily for the financial services industry, and Banno Mobile's availability for Windows 10, read the press release.
Learn more about Jack Henry & Associates' ProfitStars Financial Performance SuiteSM -- an Azure-hosted solution that enables banks and credit unions to gain a single, concise view of data to better understand consumers and build effective pricing strategies for new transactions -- by reading this press release.
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