Mobile Payments Today Editor Will Hernandez addresses one particular marketing issue that is backfiring on mobile wallet providers.
Cherian Abraham, who is the mobile commerce and payments lead at Experian Global Consulting, dives into what we could see happen in the next iPhone.
Noah Glass, Founder and CEO of Olo, believes mobile ordering will one day change this particular industry.
Tomasz Krajewski, head of commerce at eLeader, discusses the conditions needed in a country for Vodafone to find success with its mobile payment system.
ACI Worldwide's Mark Ranta thinks FIs should take it to another level.
Android might have the market share, but consumers spend more with Apple's system.
Top bank industry executives are all talking about Bitcoin’s threat to legacy payments systems, once they understand how it works. Will Bitcoin be the future of currency?
Remember the not-too-distant past when all of the talk in our industry was around who would win the mobile wallet war? Would it be the banks, the merchants or the third party providers? In the battle for supremacy, fast forward...
Despite the much publicized consumerization of IT and the growing domination of mobile in the online world, progress with mobile payments always seems pretty slow. Sure, we see high growth numbers but from a low user base.
Most Americans now own a smartphone and are using them to shop and eat out.
The high-profile information breaches that recently occurred have the consuming public in an uproar over fraud and identity protection – and not without good reason. While the potential for mayhem and damages emanating from these breaches may be incalculable at...
No matter what you think of Apple and its products, you cannot deny the fact the company changes consumers' behavior. And it will do the same for mobile payments one way or the other. A couple of weeks ago I spoke with Dr.
For as much energy as this industry spends on the mobile payments hype machine, we tend to forget the smartphone can solve minor issues that can result in better consumer experiences. Mobile ticketing is one area most companies choose not...
Filipinos and mobile share a special relationship. With a mobile penetration of over 100 percent, almost everyone in the country has a mobile device.
Ask yourself, what are the most popular mobile apps out there? Now let's have a little experiment. Ask your friends if you can have a look at the apps installed on their mobile devices.
There are real benefits money remittance companies can have by embracing a mobile-first strategy. In fact, when it comes to financial institutions, I believe that mobile and money remittance are the perfect match.
As this very publication has made clear, Direct Operator Billing, or DOB, is "the world's most popular mobile payment method." DOB (or Direct Carrier Billing — DCB — as it is sometimes called) is the state of the art, allowing...
Mobile innovations continue to grow at a staggering pace and to win the game, your brand's mobile app is going to need more than just a menu, nutritional information and restaurant locations.
Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and Near Field Communications (NFC) are playing a key role in helping mobile technologies redefine how businesses and consumers engage with one another.
When you look at the demise of stores like Best Buy and Blockbuster, it's easy to see why physical retail stores, at least mid-market ones, are going out of business. The value proposition these stores used to afford to the consumer is simply not there anymore, because the Internet makes things cheaper and more robust.