Wednesday, August 25
ACI predicts the US will have $4.2 billion in real-time transactions by 2024, confirming the increasing speed of this growing trend.
Digital-only financial institutions have been entering the payments space at an increasing rate.
It is widely understood that the manual process used for collecting and verifying B2B payment instructions is both expensive and ripe for exploitation by fraudsters.
Customers are caring more about who has access to their data and less about who is actually processing their payment transactions.
With the onset of the COVID-19 crisis, customer-facing AR teams, such as payment and collections, had to pivot their strategies, adopt technology, and altogether get used to a new way of working.
Payment and money transfer have become part of day-to-day consumer life. Payment and money transfer have become part of day-to-day consumer life.
For several years now, other developed countries that have adopted real-time systems have provided the U.S. with a number of lessons and considerations.
This session explores the impact of consumer preference and digitization on the payments landscape, including the increasing demand on businesses to move away from legacy paper processes towards mo
ACH origination services require an understanding of risk.