Ingo Money CEO Drew Edwards told PYMNTS” Karen Webster that insurance as an industry is ripe for an overhaul when it comes to payments, and indeed, push payments may go a long way toward improving the customer experience.
Dan Chandre, SVP of Integrated Payments for Booker, about how the company’s services can help beauticians and barbers collect their dues when a customer bails.
To gauge drivers’ satisfaction with the payment platforms of the two companies, PYMNTS conducted a series of interviews with Lyft and Uber drivers based in Portland, Oregon, one of the fastest-growing U.S. rideshare markets. The drivers’ names have been changed to protect their identities.
Though paper checks are clunky, unpopular and outdated, they still dominate the American economy in terms of payment methods, with more than $22 trillion in checks written each year.
The September edition of the PYMNTS.com Disbursements Tracker™, powered by Ingo Money, showcases the latest developments in the payment disbursement space and how recent developments are giving consumers around the world quicker access to their funds.
PYMNTS speaks with Andrea Gellert, chief revenue officer of OnDeck, about how new lending players are giving traditional banks reason to retool their services.
First Data, a global leader in commerce-enabling technology, announced its new “Disburse-to-Debit” solution, a low-cost payout option for businesses with gig economy workers that delivers funds directly to a debit card.
PYMNTS’ Karen Webster sat down with Ingo Money CEO Drew Edwards to delve into the opportunity banks have in helping corporate customers cut back on the time and expense of paper checks.
PYMNTS checks in with Joe Mason, Allianz Global Assistance’s chief marketing officer, about how disbursement solutions help exasperated travelers correct course on disrupted vacation plans.
Allstate’s cash and banking director Lynn Cirrincione discusses why the risk-averse insurance industry is ready to invest in new payment solutions.