Banking solutions firm Digital Insight has enabled Touch ID functionality in mobile banking apps that serve its financial institution customers.The addition of biometric security to Digital Insight's app potentially brings fingerprint-enabled security to many of its clients.Digital Insight customers that participated in the pilot program for Touch ID included Beneficial Bank, Busey Bank, EECU, First Internet Bank, Harborstone Credit Union, OceanFirst Bank and Service Credit Union.”Touch ID frees consumers from having to enter their username and password in order to access their finances,” said Dan Weis, senior product manager at Digital Insight. “The speed and ease-of-use of Touch ID will provide financial institutions another innovation to offer their customers and members and further help them differentiate in the marketplace.”Consumers who log into their mobile banking with Touch ID will have the same level of access as if they had entered a valid username and password.”We are always looking to add new dimensions to mobile banking to provide even more flexibility and convenience in how our customers manage their finances,” said Howard Mooney, Chief Information Officer, at Busey Bank.”Our customers increasingly have new expectations when it comes to interacting with their finances, and this technology allows us to offer a richer experience and demonstrates our commitment to innovation.”