Don't stand in the shadows of major card issuers' highly promoted programs. The COVID-19 recession has upped receptivity to fresh offerings.
The latest news about payments and digital payments trends, including mobile payments, contactless payments, real-time payments, and mobile wallets like Venmo and Zelle.
Powered by cards and savings, Affirm founder Max Levchin is driving his company to become a major payments brand, challenging traditional consumer credit.
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Covid's impact on shopping boosts ecommerce and debit card use. Financial institution issuers must provide confidence and the right options.
New partnerships, fintech plays, incentives, and an astounding return to direct mail all mark the turmoil in the credit card business.
'Internet of Things' has been hyped for years, but advances at Amazon and elsewhere have turned a catchall term into a serious threat.
From COVID-19 to tech giants, consumers' expectations for digital experiences keep ramping up. How should issuers respond?
It's both a payment and lending challenge — banks must match fintechs' point of sale installment lending service or they'll lose share.
Several large and small financial institutions have agreed to partner with the tech giant. Should you? Consider these pros and cons first.
Contactless cards and digital wallets gain more consumer interest due to COVID-19 fears, but growth should continue as familiarity spreads.
New data from annual PULSE survey shows a big jump in digital transactions even before COVID, a clear sign of changing consumer habits.
COVID-19 has elevated digital payment use. To fully benefit, banks and credit unions need both great user experience and better controls.
Touted for many years as the next big thing, RTP is now beginning to accelerate in the U.S., impacting P2P, payroll, disbursements and more.
Growing competition from fintech, big tech and others means community banks and credit unions must find partnerships or niches of their own.
The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted how people bank, how payments are made and the importance of community commitment.
A cashless revolution has been accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic. How fast and far it spreads will depend on more than just technology.
The shift to digital payments and credit card use prompted by COVID-19, plus better risk controls, can help community institutions stand out.
New data predict an accelerated shift to contactless, P2P and other digital payments as habits shift. But some question COVID's impact.
A rocky road awaits both cardholders and financial institution issuers as critical credit need meets unprecedented economic turmoil.
As cities are shut down due to the coronavirus, the banking industry must help consumers do all of their banking from their home.
Will concerns about the spread of COVID-19 push out physical cash and plastic in favor of digital payments and electronic wallets?
Forces are in play that could shift the balance of power in financial services to payment networks. Consumer identity is the key factor.
Facebook Pay's debut keeps momentum going for social media firm's payment ambitions even as its Libra cryptocurrency hits major speed bumps.
While modern payment methods better suit consumer needs, bank and credit union financial marketers must help them make a major transition.