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What’s next for mobile wallets?
We have already seen huge growth in consumer adoption in the past two years. But have we reached a crossroads, and what does that mean for businesses?
eCash and mCommerce: A perfect match for Gen Z consumers?
Half of Gen Z consumers shop more on mobile than on any other device, making them the leading adopters of mCommerce. With that trend growing, how can businesses better respond to their shopping needs?
eCommerce: is mobile-first the key to future-proofing?
We have reached an adoption tipping point; more Generation Z consumers habitually shop using a smartphone than via traditional eCommerce. So how should online businesses be reacting to this shift?
Is Generation Z shaping the future of payments?
Our latest research report, Lost in Transaction: Gen Z expectations at the checkout, takes a closer look at the attitudes and payments preferences of Generation Z. Here are our key takeaways.
Do merchants have anything to fear from 3DS 2.0?
The new industry standard for authorising card payments to comply with Strong Customer Authentication requirements is going to have a significant impact on merchants. So should they be concerned?
Keeping step: fraud evolution
As soon as a new payments or currency-based instrument evolves, so too does a form of fraud to exploit it.
Juggling compliance and immediacy in the digital age
Of all the changes brought about by the smartphone, the rise of a culture of immediacy has arguably run the deepest.
When introducing mobile order-ahead capabilities, the right level of preparation and resources can go a long way in keeping frustrations at bay, on both sides of the service counter.
The evolution of finance is intergenerational
As companies work harder to attract Millennials, where does this leave the rest? Are older consumers increasingly being left out of the conversation?