With mobile-based money transfers expected to increase by 150% this year, we look at what’s driving growth and what MNOs have to gain
Posts Tagged ‘Mobile’
Posted on 28th Aug 2015 by Naomi Lurie in Mobile
Posted on 11th Aug 2015 by Tauri Cox in M2M
Wearable technology is the new trend, sparking innovation in all areas: communication, fitness, safety, photography, and more. But one detail is sorely lacking: Style.
Posted on 6th Aug 2015 by Maria Barbieri in Mobile
With card payments overtaking cash in many parts of the world, traditional outdoor vendors could consider contactless as a way to boost sales.
Posted on 3rd Aug 2015 by Stéphanie Viriot in Mobile
In a mobile and digital environment, being able to target a customer in a timely and localized manner can have a huge impact on your business. In this blog, we look at how to make the most of location based marketing.
Posted on 12th Jun 2015 by Rémi de Fouchier in Mobile
As Apple Pay in the UK is set to launch in July, we take a look at how much faster it could be to deploy than in the US
Posted on 24th Apr 2015 by Frederic Martinez in Mobile
New payment solutions make life easier for shoppers, but what do they offer retailers, and what is the next step they need to take to embrace these innovations?
Posted on 14th Apr 2015 by Arta Sylejmani in Financial Services
The youth are, as they say, the future. What then should banks be doing to ensure they are developing the right services for when they grow up?
Posted on 10th Apr 2015 by Arta Sylejmani in Financial Services
Trust in banks is still tentative, making retaining customers hard and growth even harder. We discuss how mobile can help.
Posted on 7th Apr 2015 by Arta Sylejmani in Financial Services
Nearly one in four kids in America would access their accounts over public Wi-Fi. Who would they punish if they were then subjected to a security breach?
Probable answer: the banks
Posted on 3rd Apr 2015 by Arta Sylejmani in Financial Services
Our research suggests when it comes to mBanking British youth are relatively loyal…for now. With a significant rise in ‘switchers’, the writing is on the wall. British youth will demand more from their banks…or leave.