Tuesday, July 27

Payments Industry Market Research

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Key credit card recovery tactics

In "Credit Cards' Recovery Tactics," a selected chapter from our full "Credit Cards in the Next Normal" report, we examine to what extent the pandemic halted credit card transaction volume growth, and touch on what the next steps will be as reopening progresses.Simply enter your information to get a copy of this exclusive PDF and to start receiving the eMarketer Retail newsletter, which covers today's most important trends in the world of commerce.Read the original article on Business Insider www.businessinsider.com
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Key trends helping payments disruptors take on financial services

Payments service providers are building an array of financial services to compete with financial institutions (FIs). The surging popularity of service providers has given firms huge client bases to whom they can push financial solutions. Payments service providers are building an array of financial services to compete with financial institutions (FIs). ...
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Digital payments: Which industries would benefit the most?

Faster digital payments are garnering greater interest from US financial institutions, businesses, and consumers. Over the past decade, several offerings in particular have risen to the forefront in the US, with some settling transactions in a matter of seconds. But those that don' t deliver instant settlement are still viable, given the significant reach and ability of faster payment systems to handle both credit and debit transactions.B2B, consumer-to-consumer (C2C), and business-to-consumer (B2C) payments all stand to gain from shorter settlement times, which offer greater financial flexibility and control. Faster payments' speed also provides valuable transparency for firms, which benefit from the certainty of immediate payment.B2B digital payments...
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How retail companies are reducing friction in online and offline transactions

The customer experience (CX) landscape has changed dramatically over the last year. And consumers have been moving toward demanding more frictionless payment methods across online and offline channels. For some time now, consumers have been moving toward demanding more frictionless payment methods across online and offline channels. ...
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5G will advance payments and mobile commerce

Though still in the early stages of rollout, 5G technology could bring about positive changes to the retail industry, as retailers seek to maintain their digital transformation efforts and bring consumers safely back into stores in 2021. Retailers will use their IT investments in 5G to enhance the customer experience, both in-store and online. 5G technology could bring ab...
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What’s pushing growth in proximity mobile payment usage?

Mobile proximity and peer-to-peer (P2P) payments have hit the mainstream, thanks to a pandemic-driven upswing in digital payments. We present our eMarketer forecasts for growth in the mobile proximity and mobile P2P payments space, as well as assess top players in each area. Mobile payments have proven their value during the pandemic as a way to limit our risk to exposure instead of paying with cash or card. Last year, per our estimates, smartphone usage in the US surged to an average of 182 minutes daily (from 154 minutes pre-pandemic), which extended to payments. ...