Accounts payables managers have no shortage of methods they can use to pay vendor invoices or that employees can use regularly for discretionary spending.
Starbucks Corp., which now handles 16% of its U.S. sales through its mobile app, revealed today just how dominant its position has become even as it plots new features such as preordering.
Apple Pay scooped up one million payment cards in its first 72 hours, 60% of which were Visa cards, but MasterCard's chief executive still expressed optimism for the payment network's chances in the rapidly shifting mobile landscape.
BBVA Compass is partnering with Dwolla, the Des Moines, Iowa-based alternative payment network to enable real-time payment capabilities throughout its offerings.
Fraudsters are quickly developing a way to sidestep EMV-chip security ahead of the U.S. card networks' October 2015 deadline for adopting the technology.
About 60% of the first cards loaded onto Apple Pay are Visa cards, and the card network plans to build on this beginning in an aggressive mobile commerce strategy, according to CEO Charles Scharf.
Financial institutions all over the U.S. are making decisions about how they will implement and manage their EMV infrastructure moving forward; decisions that will impact their operations for years to come.
Apple Pay was supposed to deliver a victory blow for Near Field Communication payments, but its launch seems to be doing as much damage as good for the cause of NFC.
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