“Our mobile customers are decision-makers who are really on the go,” said Megan Minich, who leads the CEO Channel team for Wells Fargo’s Wholesale Internet and Treasury Solutions group. “They’re also early adopters who tell us what features they need to make key decisions away from their desks. We’re building solutions for their needs.”
Earlier this year, Wells Fargo further improved its unique service to include the ability to manage and decision potentially fraudulent ACH transactions, view even more balance and reporting information, and enable company administrators to reset users’ passwords.
“The CEO Mobile service gives me freedom to balance my professional responsibilities with my personal life in a fast paced, 24-7 world,” said Tricia Bishop, manager of Treasury Operations for Visant Corporation in Minneapolis. “With a leanly staffed department, it’s critical that I have remote access to company financial information and complete transactions. With CEO Mobile service, I have that access and convenience and have logged in on planes, trains, and automobiles.”
Wells Fargo introduced CEO Mobile service to a select group of customers in April 2007, becoming the first major U.S. financial services company to offer mobile corporate banking. In addition to the new functions, the rapidly growing CEO Mobile service delivers key reporting information – including balances, float, account activity and wire detail, the ability to initiate and approve wires, and the image positive pay service so mobile customers can view exceptions, including the check image – an important protection against fraud – when deciding to pay or reject check exceptions.
Wells Fargo & Company is a diversified financial services company with $609 billion in assets, providing banking, insurance, investments, mortgage and consumer finance through almost 6,000 stores and the internet (wellsfargo.com) across North America and elsewhere internationally. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. is the only bank in the U.S., and one of only two banks worldwide, to have the highest credit rating from both Moody’s Investors Service, “Aaa,” and Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services, “AAA.”