It's time for a look back at October's most-read articles and blog posts on Mobile Payments Today.
The two companies announced a collaborative partnership at Money20/20 to help merchants get a handle on how they can present the best customer experience going forward as consumers' behaviors and expectations continue to evolve thanks to emerging technology.
In the weeks after Mobile Payments Today asked companies to supply information for last year’s Mobile Wallet Comparison Guide, a number of events happened in the industry that created a lot of buzz. This year? Not so much.
The bright lights of Las Vegas have gone out on Money20/20 for another year. As always, the event brought together the biggest names in payments and provided unprecedented insight into the future of financial services.
To nail payments and grow a global business, merchants must build payments strategies around their local customers' unique needs.
As easy as it might be to perceive a yawning divide between mobile banking and more traditional, physical banking at the branch and ATM, it's becoming increasingly clear that these channels can function in harmony and complement one another.
Contextual commerce is an emerging trend in the payments and retail industries that executives are still trying to figure out due to some confusion over the concept.
The payments industry needs a better barometer for how it measures success with mobile payments in the U.S. as the calendar approaches a new year.
Souheil Badran, president of Alipay North America, spoke Sunday at the annual Money20/20 conference in Las Vegas to give attendees the current bird's-eye view of Alipay's operations outside of China.
With the explosive growth of the Internet of Things, and particularly of smart speakers like the Amazon Echo and Google Home, voice commands are becoming more powerful and pervasive than ever, changing the way we do everything from checking the weather to scheduling a doctor's appointment. But what about voice shopping?
The QR code – which has had a wild ride – is going to both speed up the e-commerce payment experience and make it more secure.
A study from JPMorgan Chase and Forrester Consulting concludes that both consumers and merchants are taking a break from adopting digital wallets as they wait for the "next wave of progress."
The Trump administration has expressed interest in using blockchain technology. Could this signal upcoming developments in blockchain regulation and government use?
Bank executives gathered in Chicago last month to listen to keynotes and panels about evolving consumers' expectations when it comes to their banking relationships.
The banking industry has always tended to be conservative and extremely cautious with any kind of experimentation. This is certainly true with blockchain. But it's also true that banks realize the technology does have applicability, and cannot be ignored.
While there are pros and cons to a bank forging its own way with mobile payments outside the Pays, industry executives on a panel last month at the Bank Customer Experience in Chicago agreed financial institutions should be aware of, and explore, all developments in the industry.
The rise of 'Scan and Go' technology, coupled with other industry developments, is helping retailers to overhaul the buying experience that they offer their customers. So, what do retailers need to know about Scan and Go, and what are its benefits?
It's time for a look back at September's most-read articles and blog posts on Mobile Payments Today.
Bodega's social media firestorm will help educate the automated retailing industry and the technology community about the need to be direct with the public on important forthcoming changes.
B2B businesses are typically older, running on what they know and what’s come before them. As a result, the $6.7 trillion B2B e-commerce opportunity remains largely untapped – and payments represent an important part of that untouched territory.