Three years on from being acquired by PayPal, Braintree, a company which allows merchants to process a range of different payments, has revealed the number of its payment transactions has increased by 25 times.
Oh, what we wouldn't do to know the future! Like Biff and the Almanac in Back to the Future, all we need is a guide. Luckily the team over at Pivotl is on hand to give us one for the future of fintech.
In a sign of the increasing importance of optimising the value of online and offline customer interactions and understanding multichannel customer analytics, UK venture builder Blenheim Chalcot is snapping up customer journey analytics firm iJento.
The Second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) is a payments regulation in Europe, which is set to drastically impact the infrastructure for banks, fintechs and businesses using payments data by opening up access to third party providers.
Eastern Europe is still very much a region finding its identity following the breakdown of the Soviet Union over 20 years ago. Countries in the region are at various stages of economic growth and payments infrastructure development, and the e-commerce landscape looks different as you cross borders.
For e-commerce marketplaces, user experience has long been a prime focus. From aesthetic quality to ease of use, UX plays a major role in determining whether consumers stick with the platform long-term or abandon it in favor of a competitor.
This year, real-time payments are advancing in the US and Europe. Global financial services provider D+H has been working closely with the banks to help them prepare for this change. PaymentEye sat down with Moti Porath, Head of Product Management, Global Payments Solutions at D+H, to find out how the adoption of instant payments will affect the payments landscapes in these markets.