Processors Not Fintech Startups Most Likely to Disrupt the Payments Industry

While all new technologies will be important to their business in the next two years, the majority of CFOs say they are most concerned with mobile payments and mobile capabilities to manage and approve payments (55%), with blockchain a close second (54%), followed by cloud payments (48%) and data mining (46%). Despite the buzz around…

Bankers Behind the Eight Ball on Formal Payments Strategy

Nearly nine of 10 bankers admit their bank does not have a formal payments strategy. Of those, only 46% have plans to develop a formal payments strategy. Furthermore, 36% of respondents characterize their bank’s approach to payments strategy as “fast follower,” while 54% said their bank takes a “wait and see” approach. Only 3% consider…

Fully-Integrated, Linux-based Portable mPOS Platform Taken to a Higher Level

Verifone has launched two new portable and mPOS products: Verifone V240m & Verifone e285. Both devices are commerce-enabled and certified with the highest level of global security, PCI 5.0. This important certification, granted by the PCI Security Standards Council, ensures strong device protection for cardholder payment data and ensures the strongest possible protection in a…

Software Only Card Payment mPOS App Now in Extended Beta


The first UK technology app enabling micro-businesses to take physical card payments using smartphones without any additional dedicated hardware is not far off. Worldpay announced the launch of the first ever extended-trial of a software only card payment mPOS (mobile point of sale). My Business Mobile will allow businesses to download an app and accept…