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  • Yellowfin snares ex-NAB exec as new CTO

    BI and analytics software supplier Yellowfin has appointed former National Australia Bank exec Brad Scarff as its new chief technology officer.

    Written by CIO Staff28 June 17 10:41
  • ​NAB launches API developer portal

    National Australia Bank (NAB) is making its APIs publicly available to allow third party developers to connect to select sets of the bank’s data.

    Written by CIO Staff15 Dec. 16 10:24
  • Horror tech run continues for NAB

    NAB has suffered its third round of service outages in the space of a week, with the bank suffering problems with its Internet banking platform and payment processing.

    Written by Rohan Pearce11 Oct. 16 11:32
  • ​NAB to offer digital credit card

    National Australia Bank is launching a mobile banking app that offers customers a ‘digital credit card’ for contactless transactions less than $100.

    Written by Byron Connolly13 Sept. 16 10:52
  • ​Big four bank mobile apps hit by malware

    Australia’s big four banks have been hit by a new strain of Android malware that can steal the login credentials of mobile banking users.

    Written by Byron Connolly10 March 16 17:19
  • ​NAB to debut core banking platform this month

    National Australia Bank will begin rolling out its ‘personal banking origination platform’ this month, following a successful pilot last year in contact centres and branches in the North Territory and South Australia.

    Written by Byron Connolly10 Feb. 16 11:27
  • ​Why IntelligenceBank gave local cloud providers the flick

    With a growing international business, asset management software provider, IntelligenceBank, had a problem: The local cloud hosting providers it was using simply weren’t able to spin up servers on demand.

    Written by Byron Connolly04 Feb. 16 09:19
  • ​NAB launches mobile payments service

    NAB is the latest bank to unveil a mobile payments service, launching an offering that allows consumers to use their Android smartphone to make purchases without the need for a physical card.

    Written by Byron Connolly25 Jan. 16 11:15
  • ​Apple Pay could turn over $1B

    Consumers could spend more than $1 billion per month in Australia using Apple Pay despite the service only being available to American Express card users, according to research.

    Written by Byron Connolly02 Dec. 15 15:51