THE IMPACT OF MOBILE AND INTERNET BANKING ON PERFORMANCE OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN KENYA

Citation:
Okiro K, Ndungu J. "THE IMPACT OF MOBILE AND INTERNET BANKING ON PERFORMANCE OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN KENYA." European Scientific Journal. 2013;9(13).

Abstract:

Financial institutions have been in the process of significant transformation. The force behind the transformation of these institutions is innovation in information technology. Information and communication technology is at the Centre of this global change curve of mobile and internet banking in Kenya. Rapid development of information technology has made banking tasks more efficient and cheaper.
This study sought to determine the impact of mobile and internet-banking on performance of financial institutions in Kenya where the survey was conducted on financial institutions in Nairobi. The study also sought to identify the extent of use of mobile and internet banking in financial institutions. The study investigated 30 financial institutions.
The study found that the most prevalent internet banking service is balance inquiry while the least is online bill payment. Cash withdrawal was the most commonly used mobile banking service whereas purchasing commodities was the least commonly used.

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