Fraud and Mobility Are Top Priorities for Bankers, According to Fundtech Survey

- 39% of respondents will be deploying mobile business banking services within 6-12 months

- 53% say fraud monitoring is their biggest challenge in payment processing

- 23% think adding social networking to business banking is a ridiculous idea

Jersey City, NJ June 16, 2010 Fundtech Ltd. (NASDAQ: FNDT), a market leader in global transaction banking solutions, today announced the results of live polling conducted during their annual Insights Conference for clients, this year held in Santa Monica, California in May. Over 100 transaction banking executives from 53 US financial institutions participated in the polling.

Interest in Mobile Business Banking is Growing

While only 10% of the bankers said they have already deployed mobile business banking services, 39% said they will be deploying mobile services within 6-12 months. This is in sharp contrast to the strong growth of consumer mobile banking, where 57% of American banks are expected to offer a solution by the end of 2010. This can be attributed to the moderate interest bankers see from among their business clients. Only 26% of respondents said that there is strong interest in mobile business banking services among their clients, and nearly 60% said that curiosity was driving this interest and that these are early days. Polling results also indicate that the adoption of mobile financial services will be evenly adopted across large, mid-sized and small businesses and corporate clients.

Fraud Monitoring is Biggest Challenge in Payment Processing

More than half surveyed (53%) said that their biggest challenge with regard to payment processing is fraud monitoring. Twenty-three percent said this was their business clients biggest challenge. Twenty-three percent felt that regulatory changes are their top challenge.

Usefulness of Social Networking in Business Banking Remains Undecided

There is a great deal of uncertainty around the potential integration of social networking features into business banking. While 36% of respondents said that there was some potential in the future for this sort of integration, 32% of respondents were unsure, and 23% felt it was a ridiculous idea.

George Ravich, CMO of Fundtech, comments, The transaction banking industry has experienced solid growth throughout the global financial crisis and is now poised to become an increasingly important driver of revenue and profits as new regulations restrict growth in other areas of the bank. Now more than ever, banks must selectively develop innovative new products and services to capitalize on these growth opportunities and maintain their competitiveness.

About Fundtech

Fundtech (NASDAQ: FNDT), was founded in 1993, and is a leading provider of software and services to banks of all sizes around the world. Payments systems include wire transfers, ACH origination, cross-border payments and remittance. Cash management systems are designed for large corporate through small business clients. Fundtech operates the worlds largest SWIFT service bureau. We offer an extensive line of financial supply chain applications including electronic invoice presentment and supply chain financing. And we are the leading provider of CLS systems to the worlds largest banks. More than 1,000 clients throughout the world rely on Fundtech solutions to improve operational efficiency and provide greater competitiveness through innovative business-to-business services. For more information, visit

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