Real-Time Open API Solutions
How Real-Time & Open Payments Drive Value, Together
The latest Ovum Payments Insight report affirms the need to implement a real-time, open API enabled solution in order to drive value from the new payment type.Read Report
Unlocking the True Value of Immediate Payments with Open APIs
The question that most banks are asking themselves, as real-time payments schemes gather pace in different markets around the world, is, “How do we enable real-time, digitally-enabled payments in the best possible way?”
10 Instant Payments Trends to Watch in 2018
Discover the short and long term impact and opportunity from real-time payments, and how to drive new revenues in a fast and open ecosystem.
How the Merchant Payment Ecosystem Can Create Value in Instant Payments
When we consider the benefits and challenges of traditional payment types, real-time payments come out on top across the board, and corporates understand this. Cards might have been preferable in the past, but they aren’t fast funds and they are certainly not low cost. Perhaps because of this, corporates believe that immediate payments will replace the use of cards.
4 Reasons Why You Must Future Proof Your Technology
Real-time payments are here and Open APIs will re-shape the payments value chain. So how can payments players future proof their technology and their business?
The Recipe for Instant Payments Success
The looming deadline for PSD2 (January 2018) has some scrambling to catch up. But how can payments players ensure success for their immediate payments plans within this short timeframe?
SMEs Expect Instant Payments: How Do Banks Meet This Challenge?
Listening to their customers and delivering new services will be crucial for the success of real-time banking and payments in Europe and the US. One thing is certain today: the impact of instant payments will go well beyond speed.
Instant + Open Payments = A Winning Combination
I recently joined a panel discussion at EBAday 2018, alongside representatives from across the payments ecosystem, and the clear consensus was that real-time payments will be the new normal. This was evidenced by some of the interactive polls carried out.
Will ‘Request for Payment’ Be the Next 'Big Thing'?
This week, NatWest announced that it has teamed up with British mobile phone retailer Carphone Warehouse to trial a new online shopping system that lets customers pay directly through their bank account, without using a debit or credit card.