Improving The Campus Payments Experience

Legacy Payment Systems Cost Colleges More Than Money Over 70% of financial professionals on college campuses believe their payments operations are not as effective as they should be. In B2B And Digital Payments Tracker®,” a collaboration with American ExpressAdam McDonald of TouchNet tells PYMNTS how campuses are improving their payment experiences to address their own problems, as well as the needs of a new generation of digital-first students.
Inside the November Tracker
  • PYMNTS speaks with Adam McDonald, president of TouchNet, on what students want from their campus payments experiences and how his company is helping colleges and universities simplify and modernize their payments infrastructures to meet student needs.
  • Notre Dame ditches cash on campus, and Michigan State University expands the options of where students can use their meal plans to pay for dinner.
  • With many campuses using legacy payments systems riddled with problems, there is a pronounced need for innovation. Find out which systems and functionality colleges want to improve the most and the role of student ID cards.

American Express B2B and Digital Payments Tracker Series