Will Hernandez Will Hernandez has 14 years of experience ranging from newspapers to wire services and trade publications. Before becoming Editor of MobilePaymentsToday.com, he spent two years as the content manager for PaymentsJournal.com, a leading payments industry news aggregator and information hub published by Mercator Advisory Group. Will spent four years covering the payments industry as an associate editor for multiple publications in SourceMedia's Payments Group based in Chicago.
In a rush to take advantage of changing consumer shopping preferences, retailers might be inadvertently putting themselves at risk. Fortunately for them, the card networks have a say in the fraud fight.
NcompassTrac, a California-based loyalty program provider, is helping auto dealerships maintain relationships with their customers after they drive a car off the lot.
Mobile Payments Today recently conducted a Q&A with a Sequent Software executive to discuss some issues regarding how HCE affects the mobile-payments industry going forward.
Merchants have until October to make the switch to POS terminals that accept chip cards. Many industry executives expect proximity mobile payments to get a boost since the new terminals also have contactless technology.
Mobile Payments Today Editor Will Hernandez shares his thoughts on the current market.
It's time for a look back at the most-read articles on Mobile Payments Today in March, and what we can learn from them.
Veridu, a London-based ID verification company, believes a consumer's social media profiles can serve as an effective way to calculate risk.
The Seattle-based company at the moment enables consumers in the U.S. to send funds to family and friends in India and the Philippines.
New feature is similar to offerings from Snapchat and Venmo.
The payments industry is trying to figure out the best ways to combine physical cards and the smartphone to create something tangible for consumers.
Apple revealed new details about its latest device as the wearable market received a major shot in the arm Monday.
It's time for a look back at the most-read articles on Mobile Payments Today in February, and what we can learn from them.
Boston-area company already has partnerships with Capital One, Subway, and the Merchant Customer Exchange.
Samsung will use a two-pronged approach to mobile payments: NFC and technology from recently acquired LoopPay.
A panel discussion at the recent All Payments Expo in Las Vegas examined current trends, and analysts believe CurrentC can find a place at the table, if it ever launches.
As part of this deal with AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon, Google Wallet now will be preinstalled on Android phones running the latest versions of the mobile operating system.
LoopPay's technology works with 90 percent of point-of-sale terminals in the U.S.
Company buys PayEase, which is one of 22 licensed payment processing companies in the country.
Mobile Payments Today spoke to several companies at last month's National Retail Federation Big Show about what they need to do to differentiate themselves from the competition.
Both mobile payment schemes are set to debut at about the same time.