Google Wallet all but dead, picture pay shows promise and more emerge from Finovate's spring show in San Francisco.
Isis, the mobile payments joint venture formed by AT&T, Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile has launched its pilot in Austin, Texas and Salt Lake City.
The dinosaurs didn’t have the brains or the tools to see it coming, but credit unions do. Fiserv’s Mark Sievewright discussed ISIS among other threats to credit unions last week at the New Jersey Credit Union Leagues’ Reality Check.
The dinosaurs didn’t have the brains or the tools to see it coming, but credit unions do.
Digital wallet mavens were abuzz Tuesday after Verizon Wireless told Google to delete its Wallet from a new Google Nexus smartphone.
In a move aimed at enabling very small merchants to accept credit cards, Intuit says its GoPayment merchant tools will be sold at 2,300 Verizon Wireless stores.
Arrangement puts mobile payments in hands of 100 million Verizon customers, follows close on heels of Google Wallet announcement.
If I were head of marketing at a credit union, “Purveyors of the American Dream” would be the institution’s tagline. It’s simple. It conveys what the financial institution can do for its members.
A new series from the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance addresses the role of boards of directors at credit unions and banks.