5 MUST-READS: Dare to go digital in 2018

5 MUST-READS: Dare to go digital in 2018

5 MUST-READS: Dare to go digital in 2018

It’s a new year, loaded with new possibilities. What better way to harness all that shiny new potential than with five resolutions about digital banking? Will this be the year that biometrics go mainstream? What other payment innovations can we look forward to in 2018?

 

5 Resolutions for Digital Banking Success in 2018

The Financial Brand

Becoming a digital bank is no longer optional,” this article begins. “The process goes far beyond a mobile app, impacting back-office operations, costs, revenues and the consumer experience. Setting digital banking resolutions will help your journey.”

 

How Will We Pay in 2018?

PYMNTS

Three in four consumers want their financial institution to enable new ways to pay. What will this mean in 2018? In this lead-in to a report from PYMNTS and Visa, consumers are hungry for innovative, connected payments innovations – and smart FIs are finding ways to make them a reality, sooner than later.

 

2018 Is the Year Mastercard Will Make Biometrics Impactful

Banking Innovation

You heard it here exclusively: Mastercard will be focusing on biometrics in the year to come: “We have to make sure there are some standards to it – how to store this data, how to keep it safe,” says EVP of identity solutions Bob Reany, “[but] 2018 is really about making [these platforms] impactful and making them scale.”

 

How PayPal Is Setting the Pace in Payments Innovation

Mobile Payments Today

Find out why Mobile Payments Today named PayPal the top influencer in the industry over the past 12 months, during which they’ve enhanced their consumer-facing offerings and helped merchants become better suited to handle customers’ changing expectations in-store and online.

 

Consumers Are Ready for Biometrics

PYMNTS

Consumers are ready to scrap passwords and embrace biometrics, according to a recent study by Visa. But is the payments industry ready to offer up biometric authentication? What would it take to ensure its security?