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Queensland-based customer-owned bank Heritage Bank plans to open two new branches in New South Wales this year – one at Macquarie Park in north-west Sydney, and one at Tweed Heads.

Published in Market

Australian customer-owned bank Heritage Bank has signed a five-year deal with specialist customer communications provider Chandler that it says will “revolutionise” how it sends letters, statements, product information and other communications items to members.

Published in Deals

Australian biggest customer-owned bank, Heritage Bank, has teamed up with professional services organisation Ernst & Young Australia (EY) to deploy a new Open Banking solution.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Australian biggest customer-owned bank, Heritage Bank, has partnered with global information services company Experian to set up a loans origination platform that will reduce the loan processing time by up to 80%.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Customer-owned bank Heritage Bank has inked a five-year deal with fibre and network solutions provider Vocus that it says will deliver up to 20 times its existing bandwidth, “markedly reduce costs”, and significantly accelerate its digital transformation and growth strategy.

Published in Deals

With Samsung recently announcing Heritage Bank was the first to deliver eftpos transactions with Samsung Pay in Australia, it was time to talk with Samsung Australia's Head of Services, Mark Hodgson, to learn more.

Published in Home Tech

The choice to use eftpos is coming to Samsung Pay, the smartphone payment system Samsung offers on its own brand phones that competes with Google Pay, and with Heritage Bank the first, it certainly won't be the last.

Published in Home Tech

Australian customer-owned bank Heritage Bank has announced the integration of Apple Pay on its payment platform.

Published in Market

Promising to make your smartphone even smarter, Optus is the first Aussie telco to launch a mobile payments app known as ‘Cash by Optus’

Published in Mobility
Thursday, 17 April 2014 13:27

Wave your arm in the air, pay and go!

In what is claimed as a wearable tech first, Australian tailor and menswear company M.J. Bale has teamed up with the Heritage Bank and Visa to create a suit with a contactless payment chip and antenna fused into the sleeve.




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