Future of Government Banking
11 June 2012
Mobilising for Value
Kelly Bayer Rosmarin, Executive General Manager Business Products and Development, spoke at the CeBIT mobile conference in Sydney last week on Harnessing Mobile Capability for Ultimate Business Value and Maximum Customer Engagement. Take a look at our homemade video of her presentation.
04 June 2012
Investing in technology to enable the future of Government banking
Over the past four years, the Commonwealth Bank have been investing heavily in market-leading technology and platforms. But what does that mean for our customers? Find out what our investment can do for you and your Government in the Technology Update delivered by Michael Harte, Group Executive and Chief Information Officer, and Andy Lark, Chief Marketing Officer.
The Commonwealth Bank in investing over $1.4 billion in its technology infrastructure and capabilities offering. The Product Evolution Pathways set out the innovations across our product streams that we’re working on over the coming months, and into the future, to help our customers enhance their processes and engagement with citizens and business.
The future of mobile payments is here. Imagine providing the ability to pay your transport ticket by tapping your smartphone on a cash register. What about paying your car registration, tax, council rates etc all with your mobile phone. The CommBank app enables payments via your mobile number, email, Mastercard® PayPass™ (tap and go) and even Facebook.
See the future of convenient payments
Interactive Payment Experience through QKR Technology
Have you noticed those funny barcode-like pixel boxes on the corner of bill boards, magazine advertisements or posters? These little boxes can create a better experience for customers using government services. Just one example - Imagine topping up your parking meter while you enjoy a coffee with a friend 100 metres away from where your car is parked? Find out how you can use this new technology (QkR) to create a interactive experience with customers.