POPin, MEA partner to bring mobile video banking to Iowa FI

POPin Video Banking Collaboration, an interactive mobile video banking solution, has partnered with MEA Financial Enterprises, a provider of mobile banking solutions, to integrate the POPin platform into MEA Android and iOS digital banking applications. 

POPin merges face-to-face video chat with real-time collaboration between financial institutions and banking consumers across all digital channels, according to a press release

"Our central aim at POPin is to help financial institutions expand branch services and increase accessibility for banking consumers through highly personalized banking experiences on any digital channel," Jed Taylor, president and chief operations officer of POPin Video Banking Collaboration, said in the release. "Partnering with MEA makes it easier for POPin to accomplish this vision for our mutual customers, and ultimately transform how consumers access and use their banking services."

Southwest Iowa-based PCSB Bank will become the first MEA customer to roll out POPin Video Banking Collaboration's services for banking customers through its MEA digital app.

PCSB Bank was the first in Iowa to introduce video-based Interactive Teller Machines with technology by uGenius, a company led by Taylor and acquired by NCR in 2013.

"With POPin, we are taking our branch services to customers everywhere, with a degree of care and convenience we could once only imagine," PCSB Bank CEO James Johnson said in the release.

Topics: ATM & Mobile Banking, Bank / Credit Union, Omnichannel Banking, Trends / Statistics

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