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Tap and Go: How Contactless Cards Could be Shaping the Future

Posted by Keri Crane

Wed, Jan 30, 2019 @ 11:00 AM

Next-generation contactless cards are getting a lot of press these days. Contactless cards were unsuccessfully attempted years ago, but there are several reasons to believe that they will be a success over the coming years – from merchant and issuer adoption to increased security and quicker transaction times.

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Topics: banking, cards, credit cards, contactless

Mobile Wallets: Where are we Now?

Posted by Jennifer Geis

Wed, Jan 02, 2019 @ 11:00 AM

 

Big Hype Low Volume

The biggest names in Fintech, such as Google, Apple, and Samsung, have invested millions of dollars in mobile wallet technology. Big Banks like Citi, Bank of America, and Chase have followed suit. Yet if we look at the mobile wallet market today, usage has been meniscal, and adoption has been slow. After years of disappointing wallet growth, mobile wallet providers are desperate to make their investments pay off as even more competitors are entering the field fighting for market share. Which mobile wallets are ahead of the pack?

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Topics: Mobile Banking, Credit Unions, digital banking, banks, Payments, cards, Cybersecurity, digital survival, P2P, digital commerce

Reinventing Your Card Strategy for the Digital World

Posted by Jennifer Geis

Wed, Oct 24, 2018 @ 11:00 AM

Cards Come First as Payment-Of-Choice

When is the last time you used your credit card? Most likely, you used it within the last few hours – or at the very least, within the past couple of days. Consumers worldwide are depending upon and using card payments at increasingly higher rates. What’s the reason for the hike in card usage? Cards are convenient. Cards allow us access to a trail of our purchase history. We’re rewarded when using our cards with points, cash back, or other items. And lastly, cards offer a “buy now pay later” benefit that we all can appreciate. According to a study done by VISA and Pymnts.com titled How We Will Pay, 61% of all consumers say speed or trust is the most important reason for using credit or debit cards. Two-thirds of people prefer to use cards or mobile options over cash. And 77% of people would still patronize stores if they dropped cash.

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Topics: Mobile Banking, Credit Unions, financial institution, consumer, banks, Online Bill Pay, Payments, cards, credit cards

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