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Perhaps no technology will disrupt our financial transactions in the future more than mobile tech. The introduction of SMS into the public gave banks an avenue for mobile banking, but the explosion of smartphones in the last decade has truly caused mobile banking to go mainstream.

Today, mobile banking apps are not an extra benefit in consumers' minds. They are a necessary part of the bank-customer relationship, and their absence could convince customers to switch to another financial institution.

But banking apps were just the beginning. Apple, Samsung, Android, Walmart, and more all have their own mobile wallets that allow customers to simply wave their smartphones and be on their way. BI Intelligence's Digital Disruption of Retail Banking report, which surveyed 1,500 millennials, found that approximately 27% of millennials had used their phone to checkout at a store in the last month.

Peer-to-peer payment apps have also exploded thanks to their ease of use. The fact that much of the public uses "Venmo" as a verb speaks to the widespread influence of P2P apps. These services eliminate the need for consumers to visit an ATM to take out cash, which removes an extra step from the payment process.

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and increasingly installing inexpensive mobile point-of-sale products (such as those offered by Square) in order to accept credit and debit cards when they previously could not. This technology further eliminates the need for cash.

In short, the smartphone is becoming the foundation of the future of mobile banking, especially among younger customers who will wield financial influence in the coming decades. Consider the following data from the BI Intelligence survey of millennials:

Given this information, it's clear that banks must continue to throw their considerable resources into digital offerings, and the Internet of Things will help them do just that.

What's Next?

Banking will continue to evolve as the Internet and the IoT continue to grow in prominence. Those customers and financial institutions that do not stay ahead of these retail and mobile banking trends will be left behind.

That's why BI Intelligence has spent months compiling the most comprehensive resource on not just digital banking, but the entire IoT: .

To get your copy of this invaluable guide to the IoT universe, choose one of these options:

The choice is yours. But however you decide to acquire this report, you've given yourself a powerful advantage in your understanding of the fast-moving world of the IoT.

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