TMG reveals 86% of its clients plan to make Samsung Pay or Android Pay available to cardholders.
An estimated 70% of Jamaicans are unbanked, but 67% have smartphones. Mobile wallets are an obvious solution.
Fiserv pushes back against Symitar claims of market share momentum.
Fiserv disputes Symitar's claim of market share superiority.
Payment, charter and capital issues among topics at world meeting.
This Opinion piece looks at how advanced Web and mobile payment tools are needed to meet growing, changing consumer demand.
Major card brands license each other's technologies to facilitate chip-and-PIN card adoption in U.S.
The $1 billion Oregon credit union began processing its debit, credit and ATM services with Seattle-based MAP in 2011.
A new policy and fee structure from Visa are having a significant impact on the already complicated debit interchange market and, in some cases, are making that market more difficult for credit unions to navigate, according to payments executives.
New owner claims added strategic bill pay capabilities, broadened online banking portfolio; promises continued support and R&D.