Vital Insights into Biometric Payments Adoption | POS | PayTech | Biometrics | Fingerprint | Security | Technology

Vital Insights into Biometric Payments Adoption | POS | PayTech | Biometrics | Fingerprint | Security | Technology

Biometric payments are poised for significant growth, but substantial consumer security concerns could put its future at risk, according to a new report from TNS. Discover that 15% of adults have made a biometric payment in the last year, including a quarter of 18-24 year olds, and many other vital insights by downloading your copy.

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Sponsor: TNS, Inc.


What Payments Trends Should You Follow in 2018? | Mobile, ATMs, biometrics, wearables and more

What Payments Trends Should You Follow in 2018? | Mobile, ATMs, biometrics, wearables and more

Innovative technologies and evolving consumer behaviors have laid the foundations for an exciting 2018. Download our new infographic and explore what might be in store for mobile payments, wearables, ATMs, biometrics and much more.

Type: Infographic

Sponsor: TNS, Inc.


Case Study: Paymark Partners with TNS to Reinforce EFTPOS Services | Wireless | IP POS | Dial | Mobile

Case Study: Paymark Partners with TNS to Reinforce EFTPOS Services | Wireless | IP POS | Dial | Mobile

Download this case study to discover how Paymark, the leading processor in New Zealand with 140,000 EFTPOS terminals, is partnering with TNS to reinforce its EFTPOS services with a new range of alternative, feature rich and highly reliable payment solutions

Type: Case Study

Sponsor: TNS, Inc.


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Biometric security: One size does not fit all

Biometric security: One size does not fit all

Biometrics has rapidly expanded to consumer applications such as payment services and ATM cash withdrawal in high-fraud markets. By 2020, nearly all smart devices will feature some form of biometric security, but many technologies enabled by biometrics will still be vulnerable to spoofs and hacking.

Financial services need to test payments systems, not people's patience

Financial services need to test payments systems, not people's patience

Financial systems outages stop customers from accessing and spending money as they normally would. The growing incidence of outages — particularly in the U.K. and Europe — suggests that the payments industry is, at best, fragile and that things need to change. People are getting fed up.

Cash, cards and customer choice: What's a merchant to do?

Cash, cards and customer choice: What's a merchant to do?

As noncash payments take the lead some merchants are deciding that they no longer want to accept cash. But while there are costs to managing cash (and digital payments, too, obviously), there can also be a cost to a brand for refusing to accept it.

Contactless card transactions: A technology whose time has come?

Contactless card transactions: A technology whose time has come?

A recent study from A.T. Kearney urges FIs en masse to begin issuing contactless cards now that merchants have the necessary payment terminals and consumers are more aware of the “tap,” thanks to NFC-enabled mobile payments.

Meet your skimmable daily source for payments and fintech news ...

Meet your skimmable daily source for payments and fintech news ...

This month, ATM Marketplace will be joined by an all-new publication designed to bring you a concentrated dose of the day's biggest stories about banking, payments, financial technologies and the consumer trends driving a tumult of change in the world of money.

Are your ATM fees driving away cardholders?

Are your ATM fees driving away cardholders?

Cash may be on its way out, but the trip looks to be slow, tedious and accomplished by fits and starts. In the meantime, more than three-quarters of consumers rate fee-free ATM access as "very important" or "essential" — and they're willing to change banks to get it.

ATMs going, going, already gone?

ATMs going, going, already gone?

I have begun observing that there are fewer and fewer ATMs in places where I used to see them — at airports, railway stations and malls.

Real-time data: The key to transaction satisfaction for the contemporary bank accountholder

Real-time data: The key to transaction satisfaction for the contemporary bank accountholder

While delivery of retail banking services is growing more complex, accountholders are growing more impatient with service disruptions and slow transaction speeds. A free webinar and white paper offer a single, elegant solution to both issues.

1 simple way to make merchant cash management a snap

1 simple way to make merchant cash management a snap

Admittedly, cash sales present merchants with challenges — the cost of theft and shrinkage and the time spent separating and counting notes, filling out bank slips and taking daily deposits to the bank — unless you pay a carrier to do it. A smart safe offers an all-in-one solution.

A change in-store? With iZettle buy, PayPal extends its reach in retail payments

A change in-store? With iZettle buy, PayPal extends its reach in retail payments

PayPal's planned purchase of iZettle the "European version of Square," will extend the online payment giant's reach in the retail payments space, particularly into the stores of small and medium-size merchants that traditionally have been the most cash-reliant.

Will real-time payments really transform the US market?

Will real-time payments really transform the US market?

Real-time payments infrastructure officially arrived in the U.S. with the launch of The Clearing House RTP system in November. Will the technology ultimately prove to be, as predicted, "one of the most important payment transformation efforts in our industry"?

A pathway to fee-free profitability for ISOs and IADs

A pathway to fee-free profitability for ISOs and IADs

Want to increase traffic at your ATMs and realize greater profitability from every card transaction? A March 8 webinar hosted by ATM marketplace and sponsored by Elan Financial Services will show you how you can do just that.

Sticks and carrots: Why a plan to redistribute ATMs in the UK is bound to fail

Sticks and carrots: Why a plan to redistribute ATMs in the UK is bound to fail

Penalizing independent ATM deployers in the U.K. for having "too many" ATMs in urban areas is possibly the least compelling way imaginable to persuade them to move their machines to underserved parts of the country that banks have already labeled unprofitable.

Will UK banks break Link?

Will UK banks break Link?

Some U.K. banks threaten to leave the Link UK Network without drastic cuts to interchange fees that enable customers to get cash from conveniently located, independently operated, free-to-use ATMs. Whether they leave or get what they want, it's the public who will pay.

How India's AadhaarPay jumped the payment network rails

How India's AadhaarPay jumped the payment network rails

By using India's biometric identity system, Aadhaar, as a proxy for a customer's bank account, Aadhaar Pay disintermediates traditional interchanges and rides on less expensive bank rails, lowering processing fees and promoting merchant uptake.

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