Our data and analytics team has developed a number of creative methodologies and frameworks that measure and benchmark the innovation that’s reshaping the payments and commerce ecosystem.
Bridging The Gap: Mobile Card App Adoption Report, a PYMNTS and Elan collaboration, seeks to better understand how consumers use credit card apps and the features and functions that could further enhance their appeal. The report is based on a survey of 2,000 U.S. consumers across a wide range of age and economic groups.
Key findings in the report include:
An interview with Eran Shust, co-founder and CEO of travel platform Splitty, on how breaking up reservations to share different hotel offers and perks can help travel merchants compete
Notable headlines from around the space, including eBay’s new play to compete with online luxury sneaker marketplaces
A case study exploring how AI can improve payment platforms’ customer onboarding security measuresPayments And The Platform Economy directory
The latest government disbursements news and trends, including how the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare is allowing digital payments for child support payouts
Representatives from the Oregon Department of Revenue, the Tennessee Department of Revenue and the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts discuss the state of disbursements within their departments and the issues holding them back from embracing instant payments
A Deep Dive examining U.S. state and local agencies’ instant payments struggles and how they can revamp their check-heavy disbursement processes to fix these issuesState And Local Government Disbursements directory
• 50.5%: Share of supporters who rely on employment income to pay for tuition
• 31.7%: Portion of students who work part-time and say it is “somewhat” or “very” hard to pay for tuition
• 54.2%: Share of students who are currently late on payments and find it “somewhat” or “very” easy to pay for tuition
• 45.9%: Portion of students who are “very” or “extremely” interested in tuition payment solutions, compared to 34.3 percent of supportersTuition Payments directory