Our favorite banking technology-related blog posts from around the Web (February 14-20, 2010):Bundle.com Requires a Better Bundle
On the Celent Banking Blog, Jacob Jegher writes an early review of Bundle.com, the personal financial management (PFM) Web site launched by Citi and Microsoft. Still in beta, Bundle.com provides only a limited view into PFM, Jegher suggests. "Bundle.com is going to need to add a lot more to its portfolio in order to attract users and keep them coming back," he writes. ---
Forrester's Bruce Temkim tackles the issue of consumer recommendation (consumers' likelihood to recommend a given company to others) in a recent blog post and finds that credit unions and a couple specific banks score much higher than the banking industry average. ---
Initiate's Marty Moseley provide readers with a set of declarations that should be made by any executive or group of executives tasked with establishing data governance inside an organization. "I call their primary work products "Declarations" - because they're declaring a business statement of policy, principle, process, etc.," he explains.