New Consumer Research Reveals Major New Cost Pressures in the Pipeline for Billers
5 Ways Optimizing Reconciliation Boosts Merchants’ Financial Health
Long Live Digital Payments!
Are you Coordinating or Orchestrating Payments?
Security Meets Convenience: Why Mobile Bill Pay Can Become a Key Defense Against Fraud
The adoption of digital wallets has been growing around the world. Today in the U.S., digital wallets such as PayPal, Venmo and Square Cash are widely used alongside smartphone-native solutions like Apple Pay and Google Pay.
Tax Trends 2023: Decrease in Scams Awareness, Even as Exposure Grows
Our annual survey of consumers’ tax filing and payment habits reveals a worrying decrease in awareness of scams, as well as higher costs to prepare taxes that are surely unwelcome, as the cost of living also rises.
Borrowers Want To Self-Serve Their Auto Loan Payments
Our latest survey of consumers’ bill-paying habits show a big shift toward mobile-payments adoption and related self-serve experiences, presenting big opportunities for lenders to dramatically lower their costs.
Billing and Payments Forecast for 2023: Predictions From Industry Experts
According to Chinese astrology, 2023 will be the Year of the Rabbit, closing out 2022 as the Year of the Tiger. This year certainly has been a tiger, with rising costs that have been hard to tame.
3 Ways To Optimize Meter-to-Cash With Smarter Bill Pay Practices
Optimizing the meter-to-cash process is top of mind for utility companies looking to harness digital transformation to lower costs and improve customer experiences.
Setting the Scenario, What Is Request to Pay?
Real-time payments are becoming the new normal, and digital transformation is the next step in revolutionizing banking. A key product in this arsenal is Request to Pay, an instant payment that enables a simple, instant and seamless payments experience for both the payer and receiver, unlocking promising benefits for merchants, banks, acquirers and billers.
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Global Payment Trends
As the world adopts real-time payments, how does your market stand to benefit?
How a Fortune 500 Utility Company Took Bill Payments Mobile
More consumers than ever are willing to change how they pay their bills, in pursuit of greater convenience, and payment experiences that better fit their daily lives. That’s one of the key findings in our latest ACI Speedpay Pulse survey of consumer bill pay behaviors and preferences.
Top 3 Consumer Bill Pay Insights From the Latest ACI Speedpay Pulse Survey
Our latest bi-annual survey of consumers’ bill paying habits shows a large shift toward mobile adoption, indicating that Request to Pay is gaining traction. Plus, with faster payments more in demand than ever, the data reveals that 2022 is shaping up to be another year of big change for billers.
Intelligent Collections Drive Better Experiences for Customers That Are Past Due — And Improve Success Rates
The debt collection industry has been growing for years in the U.S., and recent events look set to propel that growth further, with consumers facing economic headwinds such as inflation, as well as the continued follow-on effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Payment Operations Failings Are Hurting Subscription Businesses
The latest ACI Speedpay Pulse study reveals that subscription businesses need to drive greater maturity in their payment operations to minimize risks such as involuntary churn. Subscription-based pricing and business models offer customers greater flexibility, while offering companies the chance to generate recurring revenues.
Are You Keeping Customers Waiting for Faster Disbursements?
The latest ACI Speedpay research reveals a significant gap between consumer expectations and the disbursements experiences offered by many billers. Speed has become a defining factor in the success (or failure) of consumer payment experiences in recent years.
Real-Time in Real Life: The State of Real-Time Payments in the U.S.
A wave of digital change affecting both real-time payments and consumer behavior has swept across the world since the onset of the pandemic, but this wave was well underway before COVID-19 hit.