Case Study: Getaround Gets Around Vehicle Owners’ Trepidation

PYMNTS

The following case study explores how the company earns vehicle owners’ trust by authenticating those who want to access their automobiles. One of the sharing economy ’s most powerful selling points is its promise of financial empowerment.

Telekom Slovenije Google Play & Fortumo case study

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Telekom Slovenije Google Play & Fortumo case study: doubling Google Play spend limits

Study Shows Hotels Often Leak Guests’ Personal Info

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A study by Symantec, a cybersecurity company, showed that two out of every three hotel sites have leaked personal data, which could include credit card and passport information, according to a report by Reuters.

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Study Sees BEC Scams Gaining Ground

PYMNTS

A pair of studies have shown that companies are increasingly being targeted through methods both sophisticated and decidedly mundane. New year, new reason to fear fraud — especially through digital means?

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Study: Automation Will Hurt Manufacturing-Heavy Midwest

PYMNTS

Manufacturing-heavy states in the Midwest will be hit hardest by the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and automation for lower-skilled jobs, according to a new study by Brookings Institution researchers.

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Fed Study: SMBs Happy With Traditional (Bank) Lenders

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Might banks be making inroads into the hearts and minds of smaller firms as they seek out capital – as some SMBs cite at least some dissatisfaction with non-banking lending conduits?

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Study Finds Half Of UK Firms Vulnerable To Invoice Fraud

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Invoice fraud, where emailed requests trick employees of various firms into sending money to scammers’ bank accounts, has been making the rounds in the United Kingdom. According to research from Santander Business , as much as half of all U.K. firms are vulnerable to that type of fraud.

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Traditional FIs See Fintechs as ‘Significant Threat’ by 2022, Study Says

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Nearly 80% of traditional financial institutions feel little or no threat from fintechs today, but 65% believe fintechs will be a “significant threat” by 2022, according to a new study by Harvard Business Review.

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Cyberattacks On Track To Lead Corporate Insurance Claims: Study

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The global insurance technology ( InsurTech ) market is slated to become a $1.1 billion industry by 2023, analysts have predicted, with growing analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) functionality accelerating innovation in the insurance market.

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UK Study: Businesses See Fraudsters As ‘Ahead Of Industry’

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The study found that only 32 percent of U.K. The fraudsters are pulling ahead in the eternal battle between businesses and the bad guys, especially in the U.K.

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Singapore Case Study: One Wallet. Multiple Uses.

Mobile Payments Today

This case study focuses on how Telepin was able to help a large Signapore telecommunications company provide mobile financial services to an economically diverse clientel

Study: Amazon Private-Label Products Aren’t Market Disruptors

PYMNTS

A new study by Marketplace Pulse showed that Amazon-owned private-label brands aren’t as successful as many think, according to a report in Bloomberg.

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UK Study Finds Broad FI Support For Open Banking

PYMNTS

Open banking is a bit more than a year old in the United Kingdom, and is viewed positively by a majority of financial institutions.

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Nationwide Study: SMB Owners Lax About IoT Security Risk

PYMNTS

This week, data from a Princeton University study showed that hackers were able to take control of washing machines, air conditioners and other connected devices and manipulate power demand across the grid, causing blackouts. For smaller firms, the IoT has its lures and its dangers.

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Study: China To Generate More Data Than U.S. By 2025

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in data generation by 2025, according to a study reported by CNBC. Data and information are becoming an increasingly important currency in the global economy – not only currently, but especially in the future – and China is set to overtake the U.S.

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Study: Trade War Squandered $7.8B In GDP Last Year

PYMNTS

A new study by a group of economists found the trade war being waged by the White House has cost the economy in the U.S. billion in lost gross domestic product last year.

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Study: Lyft Growing 2x As Fast As Uber

PYMNTS

A new report has found that Lyft is growing twice as fast as its chief rival Uber. While both companies grew their revenue since last year, according to Second Measure , Lyft’s grew 32 percent — two times faster than Uber. As of October, Uber and Lyft together owned almost 98 percent of the U.S.

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Study: Merchants To Lose $130B In Digital CNP Fraud

PYMNTS

A new study has revealed that retailers will lose around $130 billion in digital CNP (Card-not-Present) fraud between 2018 and 2023.

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Aftonbladet & Fortumo case study: direct carrier billing for digital publishers

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This case study looks at how Aftonbladet (part of Schibsted Media Group) uses telco solutions for subscriber and revenue growth

UPS Study: eCommerce Changes Customer Habits

PYMNTS

According to a new study put out by UPS, eCommerce isn’t just changing the “where” of commerce activity for Americans — it is also shifting much of the “how” and the “why” as well. The UPS Pulse of the Online Shopper study indicates that 51 percent of all purchases made by respondents were made online — a 4-percent increase from last year, when that figure was 48 percent. Retail UPS study

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Intuit Study: A Third Of Small Businesses Grapple With Late Payments

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Intuit found through a study that, across the globe, as much as 61 percent of small businesses (SMBs) face difficulties when it comes to managing cash flow. Cash flow is steady when accounts payable and accounts receivable are well managed.

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Study: Americans Overestimate Their Financial Literacy

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A new study reveals that while Americans are generally overconfident in their financial knowledge, only a few could score a top grade on a financial quiz. The “ Financial Literacy: Prosperity Begins with Knowledge ” study from Raddon, a provider of innovative research, also found that the vast majority have never attended a financial education program, although many think such a program would be extremely or very valuable.

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Study Shows UK Late Payments’ Impact On Employees

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The U.K.’s s late payments problem has a ripple effect, hitting employees right in the pocketbook. To that end, QuickBooks has estimated that roughly one in seven firms are unable to pay staff due to cash flow issues — and have even had to turn down projects, losing about £26,000 (nearly $33,960 USD) on average. The survey found that, as a result of late payments from clients and customers, these businesses have delayed wage payments — meaning 2.2 million workers in the U.K.

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Study: Financially Self-Sufficient Millennials Are Happier

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A 10-year study by the National Endowment for Financial Education shows that millennials who are no longer relying on mom and dad for financial help are more confident and happier overall. The study found that those who were no longer relying on their parents for financial support and were paying their own bills were more likely to be employed full time, married and starting families.

EasyPark & Fortumo case study: carrier billing for mobile parking

Mobile Payments Today

This case study looks at how Europe’s leading provider of digital parking services EasyPark implemented Fortumo’s carrier billing platform to collect payments from drivers

FinTech Bud Funding A Study In Bonds Between Banks?

PYMNTS

Bud, a FinTech startup based in the United Kingdom, said Monday (Feb. 4) that it has grabbed $20 million in funding. This latest round, the company said, was co-led by HSBC and Goldman Sachs.

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Voters Want Big Tech Regulation On The Hill, Says Study

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Much has been said about how Europe is shaping up to be ground zero for seismic changes in Big Tech, as regulators are, have been and will continue to impose mandates on what can and cannot be used in terms of consumer data. However, in the U.S.,

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Chatbots Overlooked When SMBs Invest In Tech: Study

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A new survey of small business owners suggests that small businesses are struggling to find the right targets for their technology investments. Research from Capterra published on Tuesday (Nov.

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Tigo Case Study: Seamless Transition to Faster Service

Mobile Payments Today

Read the full case study to learn how In Tanzania, Telepin transparently replaced an existing mobile money platform and helped Tigo Tanzania drive revenue growth — actually doubling Tigo Tanzania’s transactions per second, and provided them with a platform that can support their growth.

Fed Study: Noncash Payments Fraud Outpacing Growth Overall

Bank Innovation

outpaced growth in noncash payments overall between 2012 and 2015, according to a Federal Reserve Payments Study released this week. The study’s survey of depository institutions found noncash payments fraud increased 37%, from $6.1 Noncash payments fraud in the U.S.

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The Fed’s Fraud Study Reveals the Expected and Unexpected

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Nonetheless, the Federal Reserve’s newly issued fraud study is packed with valuable information. The post The Fed’s Fraud Study Reveals the Expected and Unexpected appeared first on Deluxe FS. Deluxe Fraud Prevention Payments card check Deluxe Exchange Federal Reserve Fraud studyThe high-level trends in payment fraud are easy enough for industry professionals to surmise. Card fraud- both credit and debit- is on the rise, particularly in the fast-growing e-commerce channel.

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NEW STUDY: What Innovative Restaurants Are Doing Right Now

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The research further finds that even while some restaurants are making strides at becoming more innovative, too many are focusing on the wrong improvements rather than the ones that really move the needle for consumers, according to the finding of the PYMNTS study.

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The Buyers: Studying Chinese Consumers’ Online Interactions

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When it comes to the ramifications for the retail industry, a Deloitte study found that 56 cents of every dollar spent in retail stores today is influenced by digital interactions. s study , Digital Lifestyles in China , zeroed in on online Chinese consumer behavior as it relates to social networks, shopping preferences and video content consumption. Studies about new consumer behaviors are revealing new details on a weekly basis.

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Study Shows Strong Relationship Between Credit Score Review and Credit Score Increase

Bank Innovation

Can regularly checking your credit score actually help improve your results? We wanted to know the answer to that critical question, so Credit Sesame partnered with Megan Hunter Antill and Jessica Yu, Ph.D., candidates in Quantitative Marketing at Stanford Graduate School of Business, to find out.

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NEW STUDY: Why Fast Food Isn’t Innovating Fast Enough

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To complete the Index, PYMNTS studied 178 QSRs, including six large restaurant chains, in 10 different segments and two groups of restaurants. Quick service restaurants (QSRs) are known for getting customers their food fast.

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Amazon Go: A case study in cashless retail pushback

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The decision by Amazon to change course with its cashless Amazon Go stores offers a cautionary tale for retailers about the likely fallout when they try to exclude fiat currency as a payment choice for potential customers

Mitek Study Criticizes Banks for Charging for Remote Deposit Capture

Bank Innovation

Earlier last week a study was released by Mitek that ranked fifteen of the world’s banks from best to worst in one teeny tiny category: customer experience with the banks’ mobile deposit features.

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Studies Generate Cross-Border Insight For Tipalti

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San Mateo startup Tipalti, a firm that automates accounts payable and payments cash flow, has partnered on two recent global payment method studies. Those studies, according to Rob Israch, Tipalti CMO, have unearthed some encouraging and surprising findings for the company’s mission. Tipalti conducted the second study itself, looking at trends and patterns across the $4 billion in transactions going through its system each year.

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Study Says Millennials Business-Savvy Over Selfies

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Whether you’re annoyed that they take selfies or that they would rather share than own things, plenty of people knock millennials, especially when it comes to work ethic. That may be more stereotype than truth. That’s according to the recent Small Business Indicator report from Nationwide. Believe it or not, the report found that millennial business owners are not only forward-focused in the market, but they’re also the most prepared when starting and owning a business.

Most Bank Website Content is ‘Inaccessible’ to Average Americans, Study Finds

Bank Innovation

A new study by software provider VisibleThread found that 58% of nearly 5,000 pages of website content for 50 U.S. Even the most readable websites studied were more difficult to read than Moby Dick, the report said.

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Citi study shows mobile banking is vital to consumers

Mobile Payments Today

Of the 2,000 U.S. adults surveyed, mobile banking app use ranked third (31 percent) behind only social media (55 percent) and weather apps (33 percent), respectively

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Case Study: TNS and P97 Partnership Enables More Secure Mobile and Connected Car Payments

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Download our case study to learn more about this partnership which has already enabled in-dash fuel payments for over 3 million vehicles across the United States TNS and P97 Networks are leading the way in facilitating secure and reliable connected vehicle and mobile payments across North America and Europe.

Study: Tech Companies Could Be Running Afoul Of GDPR

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The study took place in June a month after the rule went into effect, noted Bloomberg. The European Union’s (EU) new data privacy law isn’t being followed by some of the globe’s biggest technology companies, according to research from the EU Institute.

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