• Victoria Dougherty Mar 8, 2019

    Why your small business strategy needs to address checks

    In an era of mobile payments and online banking, checks—and the availability of funds—are still the lifeblood of small businesses.

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  • Bit by bitcoin: Should community banks and credit unions worry about Blockchain?

    Graham Seel
    Graham Seel Jan 20, 2017

    The technology has multiplied in popularity and ubiquity. But embracing cryptocurrency requires a thoughtful, thorough approach.

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  • The road not token: How fraudsters beating EMV could hit a dead end in 2017

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    Matt Herren Jan 12, 2017

    EMV chips in credit and debit cards slow fraud, but don’t stop it. Tokenization promises to bolster consumer protections.

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  • Changing stripes: Four things issuers need to know about EMV migration

    Render Dahiya
    Render Dahiya Dec 21, 2016

    After more than a year of chip credit and debit cards in the U.S., the transition shows sure signs of progress.

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  • Where does the U.S. stand with e-invoicing?

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    Todd Albers Nov 28, 2016

    The world’s nations look up to America for financial leadership. But in the realm of e-invoicing, it’s a different story.

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  • Chips off the bold block: America’s EMV compliance challenges

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    Harold Pruitt Nov 17, 2016

    If October’s ATM liability shift for MasterCard teaches us anything, it’s that decisive, proper preparation remains key.

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  • Money in the midst of change: Three ways to drive card portfolio profitability

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    Render Dahiya Oct 3, 2016

    Card providers can’t stop government regulation on interchange fees. But they can focus their card portfolios to make them more personal, productive and nimble.

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  • Real-time payments for the U.S.? Not anytime soon

    Carol Wolf Aug 9, 2016

    Even as the U.S. makes initial moves towards a real-time payments system, industry experts acknowledge that the transformation will be slow.

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