Implementing EMV in the U.S.

Instant issuance allows financial institutions to transition cardholders gradually or quickly to EMV, meeting your individual institutions’ needs and consumer acceptance levels.

Type: White Paper

Sponsor: MagTek


North American Bancard makes managing in-store payments a breeze

North American Bancard’s (NAB) mobile point-of-sale solution, PayAnywhere Storefront, is changing the way businesses accept and manage in-store payments and inventory. What used to require expensive set-up costs and complicated pricing models, is now being delivered in a low-cost, easy-to-implement solution.

Type: Case Study

Sponsor: Moki


Even the Smallest Ones Matter | Fostering Financial Inclusion for SMEs

These are without doubt very exciting times for the mobile payments industry. The ‘mobile wallet wars’ have been heating up since Apple, Google and Samsung all announced the launch of their respective m-payment services. But what we are seeing is, in my view, really just part of a much larger story arc: the mobile revolution.

Type: White Paper

Sponsor: Cellum Group


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Payments: The last mile of online customer intimacy

When it comes to online commerce, the point at which money changes hands has often been the moment a sale falls apart. What was a carefully crafted brand experience becomes off-putting and complicated.

The challenge of creating a new payment type

Dan Glessner, the chief marketing officer at Quisk, examines the differences between companies that create a new way to pay versus the makings of a new payment type.

First Data sets its sights on mPOS market

Payment processor's acquisitions of Clover, Perka seen as strategy to protect and grow market share.

Cardis to launch low-value payments platform in US

After European trials, Dutch start-up sees chance to help U.S. retailers save on payment processing fees.

Royal Canadian Mint conducts crypto-currency trial

Participants encouraged to use government-backed virtual currency for low-value and P2P payments.

Congress digs into data breaches

With three hearings on Target/Neiman Marcus/Michael's debacles, look for the blame game to take center stage.

Will MCX eclipse branded payment networks?

A major issue clogging the road of payment evolution toward MCX is where account holders' value is stored. Another issue is the MasterCard/Visa duopoly that excludes competition. (From the ATM & Mobile Executive Summit.)

Mobile payments can fight fraud where EMV can't

EMV deployment is a flawed approach and a fatal distraction to both issuers and consumers.

Mobile payments helping ease interchange

The growth of alternative payments gives merchants new options, which should lower fees over time.

As mobile grows, all banking channels must talk

Customers demand a seamless cross-channel experience, so why is that so hard to deliver?

5 potential game-changers for mobile payments in 2014

The rapidly shifting mobile payments landscape means we should expect some big things this year.

What does 2014 hold for mobile payments?

Is NFC dead? Is EMV alive? Will BLE rule? And will you be assimilated? Our experts weigh in.

New debit alliance aims for communal EMV standard

Deliberation over the new payment standard may be tedious, but it is essential, DNA founding member says.

It's time for banks to wake up to mPOS

Mobey Forum: As mPOS technology disrupts the Four Party Model, FIs must get in the game now.

The Internet of everything and payment by things

At the present moment, mobile payments are thought of as mostly a payment system through the use of mobile phones. These phones allow us access to our online accounts through websites and apps, and even mobile banking can allow for...


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