Times - Within three years “we’re expecting a few major players to take large parts of the market,” says Mary Monahan, Research Director of Mobile for Javelin Strategy & Research. For now, however, there’s too much fragmentation for mobile payment to practically replace cash, credit, and debit. And other than earning you cool cred, there’s no advantage to rushing in. Paying with your phone is no faster or easier than using a card—though eventually mobile-pay providers may use rewards to motivate you.
- Omnichannel Financial Services
Delves into customer behavior and technology trends.
Tracks traditional and emerging payments services, networks, and strategies.
- Fraud & Security
Provides business intelligence on customer fraud attitudes and methods to manage it.
Tracks emerging mobile marketing, payment, and banking solutions.