It’s Labor Day, so we thought we’d keep things a little lighter than usual here on Payments NEXT. This just in. Americans have got the message about the ...Read more Comments Off on US drunk shoppers spent $39.4 billion in 2018
Preferences shape how consumers like to pay and how your business should collect payments which impact customer satisfaction and churn. A new report from GoCardless looks at payer ...Read more Comments Off on Research: Payment preferences & path to sales
Remember when you last went looking for a pay phone and found one? I can’t. It’s probably been 15 years. We could be seeing the early stages of ...Read more Comments Off on The case for cash, ATMs, pay phones, and pizza
Now that US tariff increases of 25% or more on $300 billion of Chinese products are looming large, what’s the impact on consumers and is there potential for ...Read more Comments Off on Could Trump-China tariffs take down payments industry profits?
We’ve got a pre-Mother’s Day global payments news roundup filled with news you can use. The NRF predicts Mother’s Day spending will reach a record $25 billion this ...Read more Comments Off on May 10 Global payments news roundup
Welcome to the weekly global payments news roundup from Payments NEXT. Fintech company Resolve launched its B2B payments platform. A New York student sued Apple for $1 billion ...Read more Comments Off on April 26 Global payments news roundup
US tax deadlines are near, but our global payments news roundup will give you a welcome distraction. We’ve got a look at worldwide digital commerce trends from 2Checkout, ...Read more Comments Off on April 12 Global payments news roundup
Spring still seems far away in many parts of the country, so let’s warm up with the best of this week’s global payments news. Research from CompareCards.com says ...Read more Comments Off on Feb 22 Global payments news roundup
Advocates of the move towards cashless payments are excited about its possibilities but there’s push back from critics who say it disenfranchises people without access to banking services. ...Read more Comments Off on Will the cashless movement lose momentum?
The four major Australian banks reached a tipping point in the roll out of fast payments via the country’s new payments platform (NPP). ...Read more Comments Off on Fast payments roll out nationally down under