Tracking Payments And Commerce Ecosystem Movers, Shakers And Trendlines
The PYMNTS.com Developer TrackerTM, powered by Vantiv, provides a view into the breadth and depth of eCommerce – and commerce-related – software developers.
Bank operating margins that could be overtaken by startups in the next decade.
Banking as we know it is undergoing a shift brought about by easy, accessible technology. The PYMNTS Digital Banking TrackerTM will define and track the new entrants, established players, and major developments in the digital banking/financial services space.
(billion) Mobile biometric payments expected to be made in 2016.
2015 excelled at throwing curveballs at the security industry. Between multiple high-profile data breaches, Jeep hacks and corporate espionage, this year drove home the need for generating, securing and verifying personal identity in the digital world. The PYMNTS Digital Identity TrackerTM has all the highlights.
of Americans receive their paycheck via direct deposit.
As many as 29 billion transactions could potentially move to real-time delivery.
This has many stakeholders urgently evaluating the best way to speed up payments within the U.S., with appropriate payment types, tools and security. The PYMNTS Faster Payments TrackerTM powered by NACHA is a timeline and tracks this initiative.
Average Score on a scale from 0-100.
The PYMNTS.com Financial Inclusion TrackerTM, powered by Mozido, is designed provide governments, financial institutions, telecoms, retailers, and others interested in understanding the financial inclusion landscape, an organizing framework for evaluating the many players that provide digital financial inclusion services to underbanked and unbanked populations around the world.
(billion) Estimated IoT-connected devices by 2020.
The PYMNTS.com® Internet of Things Tracker, sponsored by Intel®, showcases 21 top companies, including Apple, Google, and Verizon, that are leading the way in all aspects of the Internet of Things.
Every month, we’ll take a look at what these companies are doing across the ecosystem and in 6 categories: Devices; Infrastructure; Payments; Security; Software; and Data.
Increase in restaurant productivity.
The mPOS TrackerTM is designed to offer an organizing framework for evaluating the many players that have entered the mobile point of sale (mPOS) sector for all mobile devices.
holiday shoppers who used their mobile device for shopping.
The Vantiv Omnicommerce TrackerTM powered by PYMNTS.com features industry-spanning research and insights that arm retailers with data to make smarter decisions for enabling omnichannel commerce.
Nigerians who shop cross-border.
The X-Border Payments OptimizationTM monthly tracker is the framework for evaluating players in the cross-border payments landscape.