Who spent their weekend refreshing their memories on Porter's Five Forces framework so that youcould ask him intelligent questions at The Innovation Project next week? Relax. Market Platform Dynamics CEO Karen Webster did the heavy lifting for you and puts the evolution of payments into the five forces framework. Some cool insights await.
Inquiring minds want to know: who's going to grab the keys to the kingdom in the land of mobile commerce? CA Technologies SVP of Digital Payments Bill Mann shared his thoughts with PYMNTS.com VEEP Jeff Green recently and some of what he said might surprise you.
How do you know when a cyber criminal is about to strike? By following the breadcrumb trails they leave on their way to the breach. Kount made its business analyzing all of the breadcrumbs that people leave online and via mobile and help companies identify the good ones from the bad ones. Kount CEO Brad Wiskerchen shared how they find and raise those red flags and what they noticed months before the Target breach was publicized that gave them pause in this exclusive interview with MPD CEO Karen Webster.
The security risk inherent from dormant yet activated cards is something issuers have had to deal with for years, and in today's highly visible data-breach environment they can be especially risky. With new controls contained in an API package from TSYS, issuers now can enable cardholders to turn their own cards on and off at will. In a podcast interview with PYMNTS.com Veep Jeff Green, TSYS Group Exec Paul Bridgewater explains the broad benefits available through the Authorization Controls service and how cardholders now have their own card padlock.
Delivering customized offers to consumers is good. But is doing it while they're standing in a store in front of an item? It's too early to know but could be viewed by consumers as intrusive. At least that what FIS's Troy Land, who runs emerging commerce, has concerns over. In this podcast interview with PYMNTS.com's Jeff Green, Land cautions why the banking-technology company is watching beacon carefully while trying to minimize its downside.
How do you separate the fizzles from the fantastic when it comes to sizing up the innovation and innovators in payments? MPD CEO Karen Webster has a checklist of 10 things that she says are evident from looking at some of the innovations that have lasted longer than Free Birds. She breaks it all down, starting with some of the handpicked innovators who'll be struttin' their stuff at The Innovation Project 2014. Read more.
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MasterCard and Samsung revealed a new use case for contactless mobile payments when they announced that Commonwealth Bank of Australia customers would now be able to make payments via the bank's mobile banking app with select Samsung handsets. To unwrap this latest development, what it means for MasterCard, its MasterPass platform and where this solution will appear in Q1 2014, MPD CEO Karen Webster spoke with MasterCard's Mung Ki Woo to learn more.
Monday, March 10, 2014
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