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Forrester’s top 10 trends for mobile in 2013

Mobile phones are already well on their way to replacing cameras, cash, maps, remote controls, handheld gaming systems, boarding passes, tickets, cash registers, calculators, notepads, and much more. And they’re becoming globally ubiquitous: 1.6 billion phones were shipped last year; and by the end of this year, 1.4 billion smartphones will be in use.

So the question is not so much what smartphones can do, it’s what can’t they do. And the strategic imperative for organizations is to understand how they are going to meet the challenge of that change.
 
Read more at http://venturebeat.com/2013/02/14/forresters-top-10-trends-for-mobile-in-2013/#8i5bb3qg23QoSFMm.99

When processing rate changes for variable rate loans, the rate change effective date must either be equal to or greater than the day of processing. For example, if the rate change is effective June 1st, the Variable Rate Change program must be ran on or before June 1st.

To restart the credit queue, log into a Character session (CHUI) and go to the Main Menu. Press F11 and type crbqmt and press enter to jump to Credit Bureau Queue File Maintenance. Use the space bar to mark the box to stop the queue and hit F2. Then press F11 and type crbqmt to repeat the process again to start the queue.

For transfer distributions, the bi-weekly frequency code should be used when the transfer is required every 14 days. Use the semi-monthly frequency code for transfers to occur twice per month; on the 15th and then again on the last day of the month.

 

To prevent the use of a particular transaction code, unmark the online flag in Transaction Code Properties in the Administration menu under TX codes. Never delete a transaction code.