So your new iPhone is quite a bit more powerful than your last one — sharper graphics, better photos, faster processing — great, right? It’s great for consumers, maybe, but not necessarily for software developers. Consider Kofax, Irvine, Calif.-based makers of an enterprise imaging and analytics platform with many bank customers. DaveRead More
Once again, Litle & Co. is the fastest payment processor in the world.
What comes after mobile in payments? Mobile may be all the rage now, but wearables are coming fast, and then there’s the Internet of Things, and there’s even that guy who embedded his bitcoin wallet in his hand — ouch!
Reactions to the announcement of Snapchat’s new payments service ran the gamut from “the future of payments” to, well, a way to pay people for sending you nude pictures.
Customers are fired up to make mobile payments using Google Wallet and Apple Pay even if they don’t own the devices they would need to accomplish this. That information arrives via a recent survey by Stratos, makers of a “connected card” solution along the lines of Coin and Plastc.
U.S. Bank ran a pilot program for mobile photo account opening, a Mitek Systems technology, with Twins games attendees this summer, and based on the positive results, plans to expand the program to other event spaces in its footprint.
Fiserv and LexisNexis, two big brands in financial technology, now have apps that are integrated. Greylock Federal Credit Union, the former credit union of General Electric, built the LexisNexis-Fiserv tie in using Fiserv’s DNAappstore, which fields such integration efforts. Specifically, the Greylock-built app, introduced this fall, allows demographic data from DNARead More
As Apple Pay grows in popularity and the novelty of it wears off, what comes next? Unfortunately, it might just be fraud, according to Mary Ann Miller, senior director and fraud analytics executive at NICE Actimize.
Is every banking conference truly blah, blah, blah boring?
LoopPay, the transitional mobile payment technology launched last year at Money2020 is back at the big show in Vegas with an update to its form factor.
Fintech Sandbox, a newly launched non-profit looking to cultivate financial services startups, has quietly scored a crucial sponsor: Silicon Valley Bank.