Friday, September 21, 2007
Rabobank introduces challenge response token for the visually impaired/blind users
See this Techzine article: Rabobank will help the visually impaired by providing them with a bigger, audio-equipped device that acts as the regular challenge-response token that internet-bankers use. It's a sign that in mature e-banking markets (over 2/3rds of the Dutch now bank via the internet and pc) the tools are now being developed to serve and include the not-so-trivial target groups.
Posted by Simon Lelieveldt at 11:26 am
Labels: cash (and kicking it out), consumers, efficiency, innovation