Nearly two-thirds of American consumers say they would use a service that sends them an email or text when suspicious activity occurs on their payment card.
The Internet of Things will bring a deluge of Big Data; will it be 'TMI' for payments processors looking to use defined behaviors as a means of validating identity?
All those customers doing very little at ATMs besides getting cash are a wasted opportunity — and it's long past time to do something about it.
FIs are learning that taking a value-added approach to the mobile channel can help dial up customer engagement and stickiness.
A March 31 webinar will explain how one payment processor used end-to-end transaction visibility to extract greater returns from its network.
But with so many external forces at work — from regulators, networks, technology providers and consumers — the words take on a new meaning.
Adding more teller-like functions at the ATM has allowed FIs to meet the needs of more customers while reducing branch operating costs.
A new thin client system from NCR offers a solution to the plague of ATM 'cash-out' or 'jackpotting.' Meanwhile bitcoin is sorting out a plague of terrorists using it as a funding source.
A Pew study showed that most consumers are indifferent to the idea, but 64 percent of those in the target market (i.e., the un- and underbanked) favor it.
The animated short from ATMIA tells 10 true (and embarrassing and heartwarming and cautionary) tales about times when cash saved the day — or would have.