Read about what can credit unions do to compete for CNP and recurring payment transaction activity.
Smartwatches poised to get their moment with consumers
Worldwide shipments of wearable devices is on track to grow 15.1 percent in 2018, totaling 132.9 million un...
Brick-and-mortar can help retailers battle Amazon
For those who invest smartly in the right digital initiatives, there are huge opportunities.
The end of Plenti: Amex pulls the plug on multi-merchant rewards
Following a series of high-profile merchant defections, Amex has notified consumers enrolled and those seeking to enroll that the Plenti multi-merchant rewards program will end on July 10.
Salesforce VP On Channeling APIs For Personalized Financial Services
In the April B2B API Tracker™, PYMNTS takes a look at the latest B2B API news from around the financial services world.
How blockchain is transforming banking
What major banks need to weigh is the extent to which they embrace blockchain and the threats that the technology poses to the industry.
Digital Killed the Receipt Signature: Credit Card Transactions Just Got Easier
Read about how no-signature transactions work for each of the big four card networks.
Is Outstanding U.S. Consumer Credit Card Debt Sustainable?
Bloomberg Intelligence's David Ritter and Bloomberg's Michael McKee discuss U.S. consumer debt.
Why Banks cannot leverage on self-service options to bring out the intended business impact?
This blog touches upon the way banks are approaching digitization, and its effect on the customer.
Why Amazon Now Wants to Disrupt the P2P Payments Industry
If reports are true, the company will want us to start using Alexa to pay our friends and family members.
WhatsApp vs Paytm vs Google Tez: Payment apps compared
A brief description of the three payment apps has been provided in the article followed by the comparison of prominent features of these platforms.
Paypal's Bill Ready: Retailers Disabling Disintermediation
Getting people to do a new thing is hard, PayPal president and COO noted, but getting people to do something they’re already doing and offering them a better version? That has legs.
UL: 3DS 2.0 Can Secure Merchants’ Omnichannel Ship
UL Transaction Security exec spoke with PYMNTS about how fraudsters are finding chinks in the armor, and what it will take for consumers to be protected no matter where or how they shop.
Mobile Payments Today: March's best reads
Amazon continued to reign media headlines in March, mostly on the hot rumor that it might be working with the likes of Capital One and Chase on banking products.
Amazon Sees DDAs As Ticket To Teen Spending On Amazon
Bloomberg reported Amazon is in conversation with banks about creating a payment product similar to a checking account but wants it tailored to those who don’t have a credit card.
CUNA’s Dempsey talks TCPA decision, next steps
Appearing on CUBroadcast, Dempsey broke down last week’s decision, what it means for credit unions and what could happen going forward.
Mastercard Talks Security and Innovation
In financial services today, security and innovation can work with each other, and against each other.
Study: Restaurant visits paid via mobile app growing, but cash still in play
Restaurant visits paid via mobile app grew by 50 percent over the last year, a new NPD study finds.
Google adds P2P function to voice-powered assistant
The feature first will be available through Google Assistant on Android and iOS phones in the U.S.
Self-service industry lags with EMV compliance
Payment equipment manufacturers have introduced a number of EMV-compliant devices, but many terminals have yet to implement them.
As interest rates climb, how should credit unions respond and strategize?
The Federal Reserve raised a key interest rate by a quarter-point at its Wednesday meeting, the sixth time in three years rates have gone up.
NCUA data shows key growth metrics continued downward trend in Q4 2017