Wells Fargo is among banks testing a type of technology known as “pre-staging,” which allows customers to use their smartphones to initiate a transaction before going to a branch or ATM. San Francisco-based Wells piloted a pre-staging project in Charlotte earlier this year with its own employees, but it has not yet made a decision on whether it will begin offering the technology to customers.
Wells Fargo is among banks testing a type of technology known as “pre-staging,” which allows customers to use their smartphones to initiate a transaction before going to a branch or ATM. San Francisco-based Wells piloted a pre-staging project in Charlotte earlier this year with its own employees, but it has not yet made a decision on whether it will begin offering the technology to customers. Chuck Burton AP
Wells Fargo is among banks testing a type of technology known as “pre-staging,” which allows customers to use their smartphones to initiate a transaction before going to a branch or ATM. San Francisco-based Wells piloted a pre-staging project in Charlotte earlier this year with its own employees, but it has not yet made a decision on whether it will begin offering the technology to customers. Chuck Burton AP
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