Monthly Archives: November 2013

How to Drive Mobile Payments Adoption: Eliminate One of the Human Counterparties

Several years back, some of the nation’s bigger banks introduced a fleet of ATMs that turned the once-static ATM experience into a much truer alternative to the bank teller. The newer ATMs enabled consumers to deposit checks and cash on … Continue reading

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Liquidity and Cash Flow Management: An Area of Opportunity for Banks

Anyone who has taken a course in economics has some familiarity with the role that time value of money (TVM) plays in finance. Interest rates and required rates of return carry a great deal of influence on the economy and … Continue reading

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The Case for an OpenTable Mobile Wallet

What we’ve already established: quick-service restaurants (QSRs) don’t want third parties managing the mobile experiences of their customers. McDonald’s, Dunkin Donuts and now Subway have all bucked third-party mobile wallets like Square, PayPal, LevelUp and ISIS in favor of an … Continue reading

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