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New and Renew — Initiatives, strategies and new approaches for payment transformation
In a Nov. 12 webinar we'll review strategies that are helping companies around the world transform their business and achieve greater agility and profitability, as we present findings from the new report, "Payment Strategy: Renew the Old, Ring in the New."
For deployers who are not quite there yet, a free "ATM and Mobile 101" report offers valuable guidance on the integration of ATM mobile channels.
Awards for Most Innovative Financial Institution, Most Innovative ATM Technology, and Most Innovative Mobile Technology will be presented at the ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit in September.
How merchants and mobile payment service providers can protect their users against mobile payments fraud.
What merchants need to know about mobile point-of-sale technology.
In a mobile banking world, the place to be is top-of-wallet. A March 26 webinar will share insights on how to get there — and stay there.
The Virtual Currency Today Summit takes place April 29 at the Hilton Boston Back Bay.
As the app economy continues its explosive growth, the world’s mobile network operators (MNOs) are fighting tenaciously to secure their share of the revenue that’s flowing across their networks. As this battle rages, carrier billing is emerging as the most powerful weapon in the MNO armory.
This infographic explains some of Bitcoin’s basic elements, including how to use it and some finer points about its volatile nature.
People have been recommending products to friends through social media for years, but social commerce will give users the opportunity to make direct, one-click purchases of recommended items.
As part of its company ethos, Travelocity is dedicated to the positive experience it can provide its customers. In this webinar, youll learn about Travelocitys use of Jumios Netswipe, the credit card scanning and validation tool.
A complete buy-in from all participants is necessary for mobile payments to achieve full potential.
Who has had the biggest influence on the mobile payments industry in 2013?
We're nowhere near banishing credit cards or cash just yet, but it's clear that paying with a mobile device is gaining traction.
Operators can tap consumers who are looking for easy-to-use payment options.
New apps can protect vulnerable credit card numbers from fraud risks.
With over a million apps vying for space on consumers' devices, what does a developer have to do to do to get some attention? It turns out simply building an app doesn't guarantee anyone will download and use it. And that challenge is made even more difficult for developers hoping to monetize their efforts.
Smartphones can enable a broad range of new NFC-enabled experiences, but supporting back-end systems must be in place.
Many companies are going "all-in" for a share of the global mobile payments market. This infographic illustrates the players in the game and what's at stake.