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The rise of mobile has huge implications for how we manage our money. For banks to remain competitive, it’s essential for them to adopt a mobile-first strategy centered on the consumer experience, writes Monitise SVP of Sales & Operations Fırat İşbecer.
Presentation examines the checkout process, speed, security concerns and more.
The London-based firm is also establishing an office in Denver as it seeks to take advantage of the growing mobile financial services market in the states.
The technology should have maximum utility for consumers, such as ordering and loyalty; payment alone isn't enough.
As the lead sponsor for the St. Petersburg Bowl, the processor wants the area's merchants to be able to accept the cryptocurrency at their stores.
This guide examines how banks are developing cross-channel strategies linking their ATMs with their mobile channels, their branches and Internet banking.
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Dan Glessner, the chief marketing officer at Quisk, examines why this payment type can be useful to consumers.
A panel discussion at the recent Fast Casual Executive Summit examined why the restaurant industry needs to focus its efforts on emerging technologies.
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Company claims more than 27 million mobile banking customers as it tries to find the best experience for users.
Mobile ticketing provider to develop app for train service that will connect the city's downtown transportation hub with the airport.
Thomas Yohannan examines a possible future link between bitcoin and proximity payments involving mobile devices.
It's time for a look back at the most-read articles on Mobile Payments Today in October, and what we can learn from them.
Ed Busby, founder of Hudson Mobile Advisory, examines how recent data breaches have an affect on how consumers view mobile payments.
EMV migration in the U.S. has opened the door for a new entrant into the point-of-sale terminal industry.
Ben Lawsky, New York's superintendent of financial services, addressed the status of the state's controversial BitLicense regulatory framework.
Five payments executives discuss how this sector is changing the way it interacts with consumers through technology.
The free downloadable publication includes 53 pages of survey results, case studies and interviews with innovators in the areas of ATM and mobile channel integration and branch reinvention.
CEO Dekkers Davidson said retail partners makes their own choices about aligning with the consortium and accepting other forms of payment.
Taco Bell’s technology partners for the app include CARDFREE, Tillster and XPIENT.
China UnionPay reportedly working on a system like Apple Pay that combines fingerprint authentication and NFC.
Social network also is still testing a Buy button as it enhances position as an e-commerce portal.
Proxama is the company behind a project in Norwich to equip the city's buses with the technology.
Swipp said it will launch a new app in 2015 and combine the best technology features from both companies.
More than half of consumers are either unsure or not confident at all in the security of their personal information when shopping both in-store and online.
Cardpool can enable LevelUp users to sell their unused and partially-used gift cards in exchange for LevelUp credits.
The company says that, to date, it is the only CUSO authorized to facilitate the enrollment of credit unions in Apple Pay.
Founder Jack Dorsey says support will come in 2015.
Some 600,000 business accountholders now have the ability to sign up and use the service to receive payments from their customers.
Xoom Bill Pay enables immigrants in the U.S. to pay bills online on behalf of relatives in Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic.
Linked2pay allows customers to pay online or by mobile phone using a credit card or ACH.
The point-of-sale software suite supports 130 internationally recognized currencies.
Survey found some 30 percent of respondents want to use the mobile wallets but are unsure where they're accepted.
A new report from Mercator Advisory Group considers opportunities in real-time payments for US service vendors and financial institutions.
Yes, you read that right. What's more, the mobile network provider predicts that units will exceed 6.1 billion by 2020.
Partners with Coinbase to provide customers with additional payment option.
Of the consumers surveyed, 72 percent have previously bought a gift card from an online website or mobile website/app.
Sionic Mobile is the company behind what's being called Midtown Loyal.
Only 21 percent of Canadian shoppers reported making a mobile payment online and in-store in the past six months, according to GfK survey.
New features include e-authentication with Apple’s Touch ID and real-time exchange rates on Android.
Conference will focus on how mobile technology is revolutionizing and enhancing every aspect of individuals' lives.
Sweden-based iZettle is bringing its service to the Netherlands and is giving away 5,000 devices.
The app enables users to check-in to pay, or pay with a payment code at retailers accepting PayPal as payment.
Seventy percent of respondents to a survey said they are keen to outsource mobile product development to third parties.
GlobalPlatform and the Global Certification Forum this week signed a liaison agreement.
Snapcash enables P2P payments within popular messaging app.
In an analysis of 12 international operators, Juniper Research found that margins had fallen by an average of 6.4 percent over a three-year period.
Company updates app to provide extra layer of security for iPhone users.
Juniper Research study finds mobile consumption is surging as consumers are either migrating from desktop usage or becoming first-time ecommerce users through their smartphones or tablets.
SingTel-Optus has partnered with Visa and Heritage Bank for the new mobile wallet that's funded with a prepaid card.
Check has been updated for iOS 8 and comes with some new features exclusive to the iPad.
The Merchants Payments Coalition wants to educate Congress members and their staffs about upcoming innovations in payments.
Companies move forward to turn any NFC device equipped with a certain Oberthur secure element chip in a contactless payment reader.
Sainsbury's will eventually enable customers to create a virtual shopping list before they enter a store and skip the checkout line when it's time to pay.
Renowned economic strategist Bruce Fenton, Managing Director of Atlantic Financial, has been confirmed as a featured Summit speaker.
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