Was 2016 the year of mobile payments?
When it comes to the ideal banking experience for the average customer, "the faster, the better," says Jorge Lemus, vice president of international banking payments at Scotiabank. This is where he believes technology can play a crucial role.
At the 2016 BCX Summit, Julie Conroy of Aite Group discussed the movement among FIs to drive mundane branch transactions to self service devices.
At the BCX Summit, CarrieAnne Cormier of Avidia Bank talked about the importance of serving customers with the right balance of high-tech and high-touch.
A lot, actually. Which is why the ATM industry has seen a steady stream of rollouts this year — not only by financial institutions, but also by independent players.
Mobile Payments Today Editor Will Hernandez examines Tim Cook's recent comment about a cashless society and mobile payments.
It wasn't Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump, but six payments executives took the stage last week in Chicago at Networld Media Group's Bank Customer Experience Summit to engage in a friendly debate about cash versus electronic payments.
If your business is about banking for people, not "consumers," here are several excellent reasons to register immediately for this September summit in Chicago.
Mike Hamlin of Fiserv discusses how our mobile society puts pressure on financial institutions to keep pace with increasing threats from fintech.
It's time for a look back at May's most-read articles on Mobile Payments Today.
Blinded by the financial windfall of offloading billions in fraud losses to their own customers, the card brands now face serious risks on a number of fronts. Daryl Cornell, the CEO of Triton, gives his opinion about the current industry.
Richard Steggall, the CEO of Urban FT, examines how the proliferation of fintech products presents opportunity for small and midsized financial institutions to compete with large banks.
For the time being, most US FIs are relying on texted codes to offer their customers a cardless ATM option; by implementing NFC as well, Wells Fargo is getting a jumpstart on future interoperability.
NCR believes it is at the forefront of the ongoing changes we see in omnichannel, whether it's at a bank or retailer.
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.
With its new ad campaign and tagline ('It's all the change you need'), Visa Europe takes a stab at 'coin-shaming' Brits into making more contactless payments.
Mobile-ATM functionality is here, but some of the details will have to catch up before it's all interoperable and safely tokenized. And at this point, we're not even sure owns the PAN.
In a pre-conference workshop at ATMIA 2016, a small army of experts offered an overview of brand-name mobile wallets and the problems the industry must solve to make them interoperable at the ATM.
The Europe-based open cardless cash network provides real-time cardless cash withdrawals at any enabled ATM, the company's US CEO says.
Guest columnist Paul Underwood explains how going cashless in the U.K. would help banks, merchants and consumers.