Articles with tag: study

Found 355 results in 350 milliseconds.

COVID-19 accelerates ecommerce market growth in Japan, says GlobalData

News | Ecommerce | 22 Jan 2021

GlobalData has revealed that the growth in Japan's ecommerce market has been further accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic.

GlobalData, research, study, Japan, ecommerce, COVID-19, pandemic, cards, alternative payment solutions

Consumers show strong appetite for biometric payment cards, Fingerprints finds

News | Cards | 19 Jan 2021

Fingerprints global survey has found strong consumer appetite for biometric payment cards, with 51% ready to switch bank for one.

Fingerprints, biometric payment cards, contactless payments, report, study, in-store payments

82 percent of small businesses shift toward digital payments, Visa finds

News | Online Payments | 19 Jan 2021

A new study by Visa has revealed 82% of small business owners are shifting toward digital payments in response to the pandemic.

Visa, study, report, small businesses, digital payments, contactless payments, COVID-19

EBANX's study reveals trends for payments in LATAM in 2021

News | Online Payments | 12 Jan 2021

EBANX's study – Beyond Borders 2020/2021 – has revealed that 2021 should cement trends such as instant payments, digital wallets, and mobile shopping in Latin America.  

payments trends, Latin America, EBANX, Beyond Borders, study, instant payments, digital wallets, mobile payments, ecommerce, boleto, cash payments, debit cards

QR code payment users to reach 2.2 bln globally by 2025

News | Mobile Payments | 11 Jan 2021

A new study from Juniper Research has found that the total number of QR code payment users will exceed 2.2 billion in 2025, equating to 29% of all mobile phone users across the world in 2025.

Juniper Research, study, research, QR code payments, mobile payments, cashless payments, digital payments, PayPal

Consumer confidence in financial services providers is high, Toluna shows

News | Payments General | 22 Dec 2020

There has been a rise in consumer confidence in the financial services sector since 2019, with high street banks and building societies leading the charge, Toluna Financial Services Sentiment Indicator has highlighted.

banking, fintech, COVID-19, digitalisation, mobile banking, online banking, study, contactless payments, cards, financial services providers, UK, Toluna

More than half of Europeans don't trust public authorities with their data

News | Payments General | 21 Dec 2020

61% of Europeans don’t trust public authorities with their data, according to Reboot Online.

Reboot Online, data, data privacy, study, state governments, local governments, police

Half of merchants not tracking mobile app orders for fraud despite surge in mobile use, Ravelin reveals

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 18 Dec 2020

Ravelin has revealed that 48% or merchants are not tracking consumer purchases on mobile apps for fraud, despite COVID-19 driving a huge increase in mobile app purchases.

Ravelin, research, study, merchants, fraud, COVID-19, in-app purchases, account takeover, BIN, mobile fraud

Cash-based options still respond for up to 20 percent of digital commerce in LATAM, EBANX reveals

News | Ecommerce | 18 Dec 2020

EBANX has revealed in its new study that cash-based payments are still very relevant for digital commerce in LATAM, and represented up to 20% of ecommerce volume in 2020.

EBANX, study, research, Beyond Borders 2020/2021, cash-based payments, LATAM, Latin America, ecommerce, boleto bancário

Tackle hidden payment charges to accelerate digital shift, suggests new Amadeus study

News | Online Payments | 18 Dec 2020

Amadeus has revealed in a new study that COVID-19 has accelerated digital payments by four years as 84% of travelers avoid cash.

Amadeus, COVID-19, pandemic, study, research, PPRO, business partnership, digital payments, contactless payments, mobile payments, local payments, Amadeus Travel Payments Guide 2020

AP study shows businesses are generally ready to grow in 2021

News | Payments General | 16 Dec 2020

68% of business leaders say they are in a good growth position for 2021, with payments innovation taking central stage, a recent survey by AvidXchange has revealed.

AvidXchange, study, report, payments innovation, finance industry, innovation,

Ecommerce in LATAM reaches USD 200 billion, EBANX study finds

News | Ecommerce | 16 Dec 2020

A study released by EBANX has revealed that ecommerce in Latin America is expected to grow 8.49% and reach USD 200 billion in market value.

EBANX, study, report, LATAM, ecommerce, payment methods

Global new account fraud rates fell by 23 percent in 2020, in UK climbed 28 percent

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 16 Dec 2020

A Jumio research has found that while global new account fraud rates fell by 23% in 2020, but fraud rates in the UK climbed 28%.

Jumio, report, study, customer onboarding, identity verification, new account fraud, financial crime, digital identity, online fraud

COVID-19 pandemic accelerates the adoption of carrier billing - DOCOMO Digital study

News | Online Payments | 15 Dec 2020

A new study commissioned by DOCOMO Digital, a global provider of direct carrier billing and alternative payments, has found that half of the respondents have or plan to implement the Direct Carrier Billing (DCB) payment method in 2021.

Carrier billing, DOCOMO Digital, study, payments, COVID-19

Mcommerce payments to rise to USD 3.1 tln in 2025; boosted by pandemic effect on wallets

News | Mobile Payments | 14 Dec 2020

A new study from Juniper Research has found that mcommerce payments will reach USD 3.1 trillion in 2025, from USD 2.1 trillion in 2020.

Juniper Research, study, research, mcommerce, ecommerce, digital wallet, OEM Pay, China, US, pandemic, COVID-19, BNPL, Buy Now Pay Later

AusPayNet figures show decline in payment card transactions fraud

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 02 Dec 2020

Figures released by the industry self-regulatory body Australian Payments Network (AusPayNet) have showed fraud on payment card transactions declined 15.4% in the 12 months to 30 June 2020.

report, study, Australian Payment Network, CNP fraud, online fraud, ecommerce

Adoption of biometric authentication hampered by privacy and UX concerns

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 02 Dec 2020

New consumer research commissioned by Nomidio has found that just 14% of people frequently use biometric authentication to log-in to a digital service, website, or account.

Nomidio, biometrics, privacy, biometrics, authentication, mobile apps, fraud prevention, identity, study, multi factor authentication

Identity fraud could be reaching a 'tipping point' in finance – study finds

News | Payments General | 01 Dec 2020

The impact of identity fraud could be reaching a ‘tipping point’ for industries like financial services, according to a new report from GBG, a provider of identity intelligence solutions.

GBG, identity fraud, banks, payments, digitalisation, COVID-19, e-transfer fraud, debit card fraud, phishing attacks, study

Many fintechs simply want to survive in 2021, study reveals

News | Payments General | 24 Nov 2020

The priority for one in ten fintech firms over the next year is survival, according to FinTech Connect’s FinTech State of Play Benchmarking Report.

FinTech Connect, FinTech State of Play Benchmarking Report, fintechs, Wirecard scandal, Brexit, study, UK, digital transformation, pandemic,

Businesses are waiting on outstanding payments for 10+ days, study finds

News | Payments General | 18 Nov 2020

96% of businesses have had outstanding payments for 10+ days over the 2020 year, according to a new Forrester Consulting study commissioned by GoCardless.

Study, Forrester Consulting, GoCardless, recurring payments, DSO, accounts receivables