Proximity to the client is crucial. Only by understanding your client’s perspective on AI can you deliver a project that is truly worthwhile, writes Naomi Bowman, managing director at Berkeley Research Group.
Concern over Exobot is spreading beyond banking and across other sectors where customers regularly transact online, from e-commerce and retail to health care, writes Don Duncan, security engineer for NuData Security.
Cryptocurrency generates an absurd amount of skepticism and fear, but taking a clear-eyed view reveals a path to stability and sustainability, including the inevitable adoption of crypto in P2P lending, writes Stani Kulechov, founder and CEO of Ethlend.
PIN on Mobile (PoM) and PIN on Glass (PoG) are two of the most commonly mislabelled emerging technologies. While the two terms are treated as though interchangeable, each has differing benefits and features. They also serve merchants in a different manner, so choosing the right one for a particular business is crucial, according to David Poole, global head of mobile POS solutions for MyPinPad.
Ethereum has also suffered from scalability issues since its inception and is capable of handling just 14 transactions per second, compared to Visa’s 24,000 per second, causing network congestion, writes Fran Strajnar, CEO of Brave New Coin.
Real-time graph technology and analytics offer a rare opportunity to revolutionize the entire field of AML in banking and financial services. It will become the industry best practice in the near future and may well become part of the regulatory expectations, according to Gaurav Deshpande, vice president of marketing at TigerGraph.
Earlier this year, the Central Bank of Ireland announced plans to launch a fintech innovation hub, with the intention of engaging with all firms that are delivering innovation across the financial services sector, says Billy Hanley, senior development adviser for Enterprise Ireland.
The fact remains that the vast majority of international payments are still done via banks and through the correspondent (SWIFT) network, writes Rosie Faulkner, vice president and money laundering reporting officer at Earthport.
Lack of preparation for a PCI DSS assessment usually results in unexpected and unnecessary expenses, as well as lost productivity among all parties involved, writes Marc Punzirudu, director of security consulting services at ControlScan.
Given how much financial activity occurs every second, every day, it’s important for banks and financial organizations to develop a robust AML strategy that is effective in stopping fraudsters in their tracks, according to Gaurav Deshpande, vice president of marketing at TigerGraph.
Amazon Go provides Amazon with the opportunity to market testing and do advertising on a new group of customer that are not Prime customers or regular Amazon shoppers. The Go Store essentially become a retention and customer acquisition channel for Amazon, writes Hendrik Laubscher, marketplace research director at Buy Box Experts.
Understanding the obstacles of payment gateways and how to navigate them can help you expand your business and scale profits efficiently, writes Olivier Schott, founder and chief marketing officer of Scalefast.
Artificial intelligence has myriad benefits for consumers, yet many are still concerned about issues such as privacy, requiring issuers to provide more information about the technology, according to Cyndie Martini, president and CEO of Member Access Pacific.
Companies report that cross-border payments account for just 20% of payment volume but typically take 80% of accounts payable's time. That's simply not scalable. You can’t just keep throwing people at this problem, writes Karla Friede, co-founder and CEO of Nvoicepay.
Tailoring company objectives to customers’ changing expectations is no longer a choice. Customer loyalty programs are not just the source of bringing repeated business but also the determinant of the future key players across all industries, writes Donika Kraeva, Communications Manager at Dentacoin Foundation, Netherlands.
Contactless payments have simplified the checkout experience around the world, allowing customers to get on with their lives a bit quicker with a simple tap of a contactless-enabled card, phone or device, writes Dan Sanford, vice president of consumer products at Visa.
Payment companies have a responsibility to both merchants and consumers to emerge as brands in their own right, with values that resonate not just with the businesses they are supporting, but with the customers using their services, writes Koen Vanpraet, CEO of Intrapay.
The larger the business grows, the more difficult and time-consuming it will be to make the fundamental changes required, according to Justin Shipe, vice president of information security for CardConnect, and Aaron Largent, director of infrastructure for CardConnect.