MX, the leader in modern connectivity and data enhancement for financial institutions, fintechs and organizations everywhere, today announced that First Hawaiian Bank (FHB) has gone live on the MX Helios platform for mobile banking to complement FHB’s digital banking strategy which will deliver engaging customer experiences.
First Hawaiian Bank has a legacy of serving generations of families, individuals and businesses. The bank is meeting the evolving banking needs of its customers both in-person and, especially, across all its digital channels through a suite of innovative, digital options and services.
Powered by MX’s industry-leading data platform, First Hawaiian Bank will continue to support its customers throughout Hawaii, Guam, Saipan and the U.S. by delivering a single, secure location to interact with all of its financial relationships. Bank accounts, credit cards, loans, investments, etc. can now be efficiently managed through the new mobile platform — thereby enabling personalized smart insights to automatically inform, guide and engage users where they are.
“Our mobile app is a key component to our digital strategy which is driven by providing intuitive tools that empower our customers to manage and direct their financial lives,” said Chris Dods, Vice Chairman and Chief Operating Officer at First Hawaiian Bank. “MX has been a great partner for us in developing a mobile platform that gives our customers a holistic view of their finances with unique insights that help them make sound financial decisions.”
“We’re proud to have been able to work side-by-side with First Hawaiian Bank on their digital banking strategy,” said Brandon Dewitt, Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer at MX. “Our mission aligns with their efforts to make banking effortless and we look forward to helping them create exceptional customer experiences for the next generation of customers.”
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