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.
Mary Hines, the global head of rewards for Citi, is scheduled to give the opening keynote for the conference.
Go isn't necessarily a new concept, but Amazon's take on cashierless shopping brings with it questions about the future of retail, and changes the way we as consumers buy goods.
All the necessary software and hardware components together with the processes for the creation of the connected car pay at pump use case are currently available. The creation of a commercially viable, fully integrated solution is the next step and there are no technical or regulatory barriers to doing so.
It's time for a look back at last month's most-read articles and blog posts on Mobile Payments Today.
Visa's wearables initiative at the PyeongChang Games continued to illustrate how the card networks have acted more like technology companies than ever before as the payments industry continues to evolve.
Mobile Payments Today recounts all the ways we love our favorite transaction method, flaws and all.
The Boston-based company has a new twist on in-vehicle payments that uses a device already present in some 35 million automobiles on the road today.
Some fintech pundits believe that mobile payments players must adopt a single, universal platform as a solid push-start toward global ubiquity. On the other side are industry-watchers who believe that uniformity is the hobgoblin of stunted innovation.
This ease of contactless payments has spurred a cultural shift, embraced by the younger and more tech-savvy generations, who are happy to go for days without carrying physical cash and instead opt for their phones — even over cards. Older generations, meanwhile, typically prefer to have the option of the security of traditional physical cash.
A CES panel explored the challenges of payments technology, including the difficulty with online payments, glitches in online payment systems, the lack of retail locations that accept mobile payments and problems specific to cross-border payments.
The pending arrival of another mobile wallet in the U.S. raises some questions about how a new entrant can succeed among a growing number of options in the market.
NFC, QR codes and various in-app payment methods have helped change the way consumers pay via a smartphone.
Roger Niederer, head merchant services, SIX Payment Services, offers up insight on how technology is not only changing consumer behavior and needs, but also the choice of payment options that retailers can and must offer customers online and in-store.
By now, it should be obvious to every bank that no company can afford to neglect mobile payments.
Mobile Payments Today takes a look at the top blog posts in 2017.
Mobile Payments Today takes a look back at the top features on the site throughout the past year.
These areas present great opportunities, but also significant challenges.