Mobile devices are becoming ATM-access tools, able to offer many of the display and keyboard functions currently available on the self-service device.
In a mobile banking world, the place to be is top-of-wallet. A March 26 webinar will share insights on how to get there — and stay there.
Fırat İşbecer, Monitise SVP of sales and operations, examines some ways banks can build a successful omnichannel strategy and how mobile can influence it.
If the last 10 years has taught us anything, it's that disruptive technologies can shift the course of events in a way few would expect.
Dan Kramer, the senior vice president of marketing and merchant services for SHAZAM, wrote about how new entrants in the marketplace can be successful.
Data breaches were a hot-button topic in 2014, maybe even more so than Apple Pay.
The rise of mobile has huge implications for how we manage our money. For banks to remain competitive, it’s essential for them to adopt a mobile-first strategy centered on the consumer experience, writes Monitise SVP of Sales & Operations Fırat İşbecer.
Company claims more than 27 million mobile banking customers as it tries to find the best experience for users.
The free downloadable publication includes 53 pages of survey results, case studies and interviews with innovators in the areas of ATM and mobile channel integration and branch reinvention.
The second annual ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit in September will feature experts with exceptional depth of knowledge in areas of innovation, security, compliance and regulation.
Kurt Helwig, CEO of the Electronic Funds Transfer Association, and Tom Harper, president and CEO of Networld Media Group talk about points of focus — innovation, regulation and security — for this year's ATM and Mobile Innovation Summit. The two-day...
Tom Harper, president and CEO of Networld Media Group talks about what to expect from this year's ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit and why executives should consider it imperative to attend and hear what high-level presenters and panelists have to say about the future of payments.
An ex-employee sued McDonald's claiming that its policy of paying unbanked employees' wages via prepaid meant that her income was eaten up by card fees. A panel of payments experts tackles this difficult issue at the ATM & Mobile Executive Summit in Washington, D.C.
Remittance companies must move into the mobile channel now or risk being left behind.
An American abroad describes her EMV (mis)adventures.
Mimi Hart, CEO of MagTek, explains a new angle on stopping skimmers from using a compromised card. (From the ATM & Mobile Executive Summit in Washington, D.C.)
Customers demand a seamless cross-channel experience, so why is that so hard to deliver?
Peter Shortall of MasterCard Advisors makes an unusual prediction on the fate of plastic and how it will play into the convergence of mobile phones and ATMs. (From the ATM & Mobile Executive Summit.)
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.
"The technology is proven," says Peter Shortall of MasterCard. "And consumer adoption is wide." Peter argues that the foundation of existing consumer usage will lead to swift adoption of new mobile technologies. (From the ATM & Mobile Executive Summit.)