Study: COVID-19 Fraud Reaches $100M

PYMNTS

Maine led the pack, where monthly complaints of coronavirus scams and identity theft quadrupled from March through July, the study said. SocialCatfish.com, the identity verification nonprofit, reported U.S.

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Study Reveals Consumers’ Mobile Shopping Behaviors

PYMNTS

However, according to the Remote Payments Study conducted by PYMNTS in September 2018, behavior habits are shared by consumers based on income, age and gender.

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Study finds mobile surpasses PC enrollments

Bank Innovation

According to a study from IDology, an identity verification and fraud prevention company, 61% of Americans used a smartphone to enroll in some sort of an account this year, while 56% used a computer or laptop. The study also found a 19% jump […].

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FSS Digital Banking Case study

Mobile Payments Today

Engaging customers over digital channels has become table stakes in financial services, A leading bank in India has deployed Mobile Pay, our Digital Banking Solution, to build an expansive partner ecosystem to engage customers and achieve services differentiation

Best Practices for a Marketing Database Cleanse

As frustrating as contact and account data management can be, this is still your database – a massive asset to your organization, even if it is rife with holes and inaccurate information. Entrusting a vendor to help maintain its accuracy and completeness is no ordinary engagement. Download ZoomInfo’s latest data-driven eBook aimed to help marketing leaders understand the best practices around choosing a B2B contact data provider.

New Study Shows Retailers Are Stepping Up For Safety

PYMNTS

With the most recent COVID-19 studies from PYMNTS reinforcing the need for health and safety in the retail world, some retailers are stepping up to accommodate consumers’ concerns. The PYMNTS studies suggest that the 90-day estimate may be conservative.

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Telekom Slovenije Google Play & Fortumo case study

Mobile Payments Today

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

Case Studies in Loan Restructuring

Banker to Banker

We have been writing on the various strategies available to community banks when structuring commercial loans in this current challenging business and credit environment.

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

PSCU Study Shows Overall Spending Down Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

PYMNTS

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt personal finances, a study by credit union service organization (CUSO) PSCU shows that overall credit card spending is down 29 percent for the week ending April 5, compared to the same period in 2019.

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Five Essential Pieces of a Prospecting Solution

As organizations chase new revenue targets, B2B sales leaders must examine cutting edge prospecting solutions that proactively help reps identify, connect with, and close qualified buyers faster. This eBook aims to help B2B sales leaders better understand the five essential features your prospecting solution must include.

Banks not meeting needs of SME clients, Forrester study says

Bank Innovation

As big banks focus on attracting more small business clients, they should be leaning more on digital than human, according to a recent Forrester Research study.

PYMNTS Study Tracks COVID-19 Changing Life In America

PYMNTS

The first study in the series went into the field on March 6-7 and revealed that the public had moved with greater speed than government health officials by engaging in protective behavior that was more stringent than official guidance in the early weeks.

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Fed Study: Wholesale Payments Vulnerable In Bank Cyberattack

PYMNTS

In the scenarios offered in the study, one assumption is that an attacked institution receives payments but is unable to send them for a single full day. Safety and Security cyberattacks Cybersecurity Editors' Picks federal reserve News report study wholesale payments

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Banks struggling to maintain profits amid payments transformation: Study

Mobile Payments Today

A report by Aite Group shows that banks are struggling to turn a profit on their existing payments business, amid an industrywide transition to a real-time payments environment. Banks will be forced to make significant changes in how those businesses continue to operate moving forward

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Study Puts Values To Online Data, Privacy

PYMNTS

A study of how consumers in different nations value their personal data found that German users of Facebook would want the company to pay them roughly $8 a month for providing their contact data. The study found a tech platform would need to pay consumers $8.44

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Compliance Concerns Remain an Obstacle to Tech Upgrades, Study Finds

Bank Innovation

Indeed, in a study released by Fenergo, the client lifecycle management software company, one of every five C-suite executives don’t think their bank’s technology allows them to invest in disruptive innovation.

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

When the banks closed, no-one cared

Chris Skinner

Case Studies Crisis Digital Bank Fintech GridA great headline posted in The Financial Times the other day: When the banks closed in Wuhan, nobody cared The Financial Times article makes clear how advanced the Chinese economy is today.

Why It Is Critical to Update Your Core Deposit Study

Abrigo

Time to update to the core deposit study? There are a number of reasons why financial institutions should update their core deposit studies. An updated study will give you the latest trends and changes in your customer base, especially new account and balance trends.

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

Mobile Payments Today

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

Study: Americans Pay $74B In Hidden Bill Costs

PYMNTS

Americans add $74 billion in avoidable costs to regular bills, the bill-paying service Doxo concluded in a new study published on Tuesday (July 14).

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Valyou Case Study: On a mission to empower migrant workers

Mobile Payments Today

Find out how with the first year of their platform launch, Valyou saw 66% growth in their customer base, and now entering its third year of operation, has never had a moment of downtime

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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Case Study: Access Cash

ATM Marketplace

Discover how leveraging Perativ’s software resulted in 42% less cash required in float, 20-30% less CIT visits/costs, and 75-90% less FTE in the cash distribution network for Access Cash – a leading ATM provider

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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Digital financial services to generate $38b in southeast Asia, study finds

Bank Innovation

Digital financial services from lending to asset management are expected to generate at least $38 billion of annual revenue across Southeast Asia by 2025, more than tripling from $11 billion in 2019, according to a new study by Bain & Co.,

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

Bank Innovation

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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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.

Volocopter, Grab Partner On Air Taxi Study In Southeast Asia

PYMNTS

German urban air mobility startup Volocopter is partnering with ridesharing and payments startup Grab to launch a joint feasibility study to bring air taxi services to Southeast Asia, Volocopter announced on Tuesday (Feb. Joint flight tests will be studied for best-use cases.

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Study: Economic Damage Would Be Worse Without Lockdowns, Social Distancing

PYMNTS

A new study reveals that government-imposed shutdowns and social distancing could cut the economic impact of COVID-19 in half. The study considered several lockdown scenarios and examined how each would impact the economy.

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FinTech challenger and neobanks in Brazil

Chris Skinner

Case Studies Digital Bank Fintech GridI stumbled across a great article about Brazilian neobanks the other day. Bearing in mind that Nubank is the most successful neobank in the world, with 25 million users at the start of June.

Not Even Millennials Care About Mobile Payments, Studies Show

Bank Innovation

Turns out even millennials don’t care that much about mobile payments.

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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: Financial Pressure Makes CFOs Prone To Fraud

PYMNTS

A recent academic study found that company CFOs are less likely to admit to fraud when they’re facing pressure to meet certain financial goals, according to Forbes. If there wasn’t much pressure, the study found, then it was more likely that the CFOs would report the fraud.

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