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As merchant acceptance multiplies, credit unions can get ahead of the curve by offering contactless card and digital wallet options to their members.
The next big thing in wave-and-pay is here, and credit union adoption is surging as major issuers deploy the NFC plastic.
Credit unions should provide as many mobile solutions to their cardmembers as reasonably possible while watching for new innovations to emerge.
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Everybody and nobody, depending on how you and these industry stakeholders look at it.
Tracking firm reports a decline in consumer use while credit union processors say they’re seeing increasing adoption.
No fraud, no hurry for credit unions are takeaways from the latest scuttle on the Apple Pay watch.
Retailers, interchange beneficiaries, and merchants all want to circumvent the card networks.
College football game a sign of things to come? Some vendors jump in, others stay on sidelines as bitcoin usage grows.
The Apple launch and — some say — subsequent holiday fizzle helps make mobile a dominating subject in payments talk this year.
Credit unions need not fear EMV "liability shift day" but it's time to start thinking about when to leave magnetic stripes behind.
Expanded mobile footprint outpaces social media atop priorities for presidents polled at Fiserv credit union confab.
Credit unions should take note that credit card companies, issuers, and other industries are rallying around the tech giant’s long-awaited payments play.
Dominion Credit Union believes contactless payments will be a necessity for future members, but it is taking innovation one step at a time.
The financial industry is moving toward compliance with card-based chip and pin technology.
A Q&A on pioneering in the payments space with the Chief Information Officer of CoVantage Credit Union.
Where are credit unions in the payments space today and where should the industry invest in the years ahead?
Electronic wallets need to be as portable and easy-to-use as physical wallets, says CoVantage CIO Robert Van Abel.
Credit unions have the potential to be more than bystanders in the developing mobile payments space.
These mobile payment developments are on the cutting edge of consumer preference.
Card issuers, mobile providers, and third-party companies are in a race for mobile commerce and the future of consumer payment technology.
As check volume drops off, what method of payment are consumers now using to make their payments?