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ANZ goMoney means business

ANZ today announced further enhancements to its mobile banking application, ANZ goMoney, making ANZ the first bank in Australia to integrate personal and business accounts into a single mobile banking application for customers using an iPhone. 

ANZ goMoney is a key feature of ANZ’s recently announced Banking on Australia program, a $1.5 billion investment program designed to make it easier for Australians to bank with ANZ.


Nick Reade, ANZ General Manager Small Business Banking, said: “We know small business customers want to do their banking when and where it suits them. Increasingly this means using mobile devices, so we’ve made enhancements to ANZ goMoney that enable small business owners to be on top of their banking when they’re on the road, just as they are in the office.”


The latest version of ANZ goMoney allows small business owners to gain greater visibility of their business accounts and to make payments to improve the management of their day-today banking activities. ANZ Internet Banking for Business remains the ideal solution for larger businesses that have more complex internet banking needs.


“Small business owners can already view their ANZ Smart Choice Superannuation via ANZ goMoney, as well as their personal banking, so it makes sense to integrate business accounts as the final piece of the puzzle,” Mr Reade said.


“We’re serious about making banking easier for small business customers, and planning for future mobile enhancements is underway, including extending this functionality to Android customers.”


The latest version of ANZ goMoney also includes a new feature - ‘Find ANZ’. The ‘Find ANZ’ feature enables customers to quickly and easily search for and locate ANZ ATMs and branches, and contact banking specialists across small business, agribusiness, business banking, financial planners and mobile lenders.


ANZ goMoney can now be downloaded via Apple’s App store. 


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