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Nav Kullar, marketing manager for NCR Payments, cites a recent Visa study about this trend with consumers traveling abroad.
Julian Wallis, the retail director at Rambus, believes better value-added services can help retailers reverse declining revenue growth.
Of the 2,000 U.S. adults surveyed, mobile banking app use ranked third (31 percent) behind only social media (55 percent) and weather apps (33 percent), respectively.
Through Friday, June 15, Networld Media Group is accepting entries from innovative, consumer-focused financial institutions and fintech providers whose unique strategies and technologies are heightening the consumer experience.
While Amazon preps to expand Amazon Go, its cashierless retail shopping strategy, Berkeley Research Group leader Keith Jelinek offers insight on what's ahead with cashierless checkout and why consumer response is a key part of potential success.
Jared Ronski, principal at PayArc, discusses the customer experience around mobile apps, including the actual payments process for users.
A TSYS study reveals mobile wallet users intend to use mobile payments more at brick-and-mortar retailers. But intent and actual use could vary based on a number of factors such as a smooth experience and security concerns.
Retailers must be aware of what's changing in payments to better serve their customers. That was the overarching message to retailers from a group of executives on a panel at the recent Oracle Industry Connect in New York City.
Julian Wallis, retail director at Rambus, believes that retailers that invest in the right in-store digital initiatives will be able to separate themselves from the competition going forward.
With a lot of courage, heart and brains, Suresh Ramamurthi and his wife Suchitra Padmanabhan turned a failing bank into a fintech phenom in tiny Weir, Kansas. In a keynote at the BCX Summit, Ramamurthi will talk about CBW's journey — and its far-reaching implications for the bank customer experience.
Cash demand has risen right along with payment card transactions during the past decade-and-a-half. What's up with that? We went looking for an answer in "Payments are a-changin' but cash still rules," a publication from the Bank for International Settlements.
It's no secret that the financial services industry is a top target for cybercriminals looking to steal valuable data. This growing risk comes at a time when financial services firms are turning their focus to innovating new technologies and features to meet evolving consumer demands.
One of the best-attended educational sessions at the recent National Automatic Merchandising Association show in Las Vegas focused on how payment technology innovations — namely mobile payments — are impacting customer expectations.
Keith McAuliffe, the general manager of the financial services sector for Solace, believes it's necessary for providers to to cultivate the right experience for individual audiences.
It's time for a look back at last month's most-read articles and blog posts on Mobile Payments Today.
Mobile payments continue to expand, making it important for operators of unattended retail equipment to invest in the technology. A speaker at the National Automatic Merchandising Association show in Las Vegas urged his fellow industry executives to get on board with the trend.
Chris Tyghe, vice president of strategic development at Ingenico Group Canada, discusses how payments will become an integral part of the IoT experience in the coming years.
The future state of self-service is turning the kiosk into a stand-alone store, and secure payment is one of the services that needs to be offered for it to be effective, says Ingenico's John Menzel, who recently shared his insights on EMV compliance in self-service.
Macy's has recognized the characteristics of its target shopper and is committed to offering her a more personalized experience, as well as mobile checkout and a virtual furniture design experience.