Benefits of Biometrics for Banking

Submitted by yara@innopay.com on Thu, 04/17/2014 - 14:55 in

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Supplier adoption: 4 imperatives to ensure effective digital transformation of your supply chain

Submitted by Jaap Jan Nienhuis on Wed, 04/16/2014 - 18:05 in

Today, corporates across industries consider the implementation of e-invoicing systems as part of their broader e-procurement strategy. Corporates take the lead in guiding their supply chain partners towards more efficient and dematerialized supply chain processes. While these digital transformation trajectories yield substantial benefits when executed properly, corporates face challenges in capitalizing on this opportunity in their supply chain.

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Customer Due Diligence compliance through SCT and OBeP payments

Submitted by Gijs Burgers on Wed, 04/09/2014 - 19:50 in

We believe compliance does not inevitably lead to complex customer processes. Even better, we believe that there are several payment methods that, besides being a payment method, also partly function as a Customer Due Diligence (CDD) instrument....

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Whitelisting: an SDD killer?

Submitted by Vincent Jansen on Wed, 04/02/2014 - 12:41 in

Although the SEPA end date is postponed a little, EU regulation 260/2012 requires banks to offer both black- and whitelisting functionality to their customers. This might result in an increase of rejected direct debits without this being the real intention of the consumer, significantly undermining the success rate of creditors. Vincent Jansen explains in his blog that whitelisting might kill SDD, although there are ways to solve the problem.

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Innopay proposes new Supply Chain Finance model to enable real-time SME financing

Submitted by Mounaim Cortet on Tue, 02/04/2014 - 18:32 in

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PSD2: Three imperatives to realize Access to the payment account (XS2A)

Submitted by Shikko Nijland on Sat, 09/21/2013 - 08:21 in

PSD2 blog about three strategic imperatives for the payment sector to realize Access to the Account (XS2A)

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Payment account access in PSD2: bug fix or BIG FIX

Submitted by Jip de Lange on Thu, 07/25/2013 - 11:03 in

Today, the long anticipated proposal for a revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2) was published by the European Commission. This proposal not only brings mobile phones under regulation as possible payment instruments, but also for the first time, addresses a new concept that has been the centre of debate already for quite some time in the payment world: the regulation of access to the payment account (‘XS2A’). This concept entails a new set of requirements for a previously unregulated class of (payment) services, built on top of traditional banking infrastructure.

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Solving online age verification today

Submitted by Jacob Boersma on Fri, 03/22/2013 - 15:57 in

Web merchants that sell age related products or services in the Netherlands (should) have a serious problem, because they can't verify the age of their customers online. But the implementation of age verification systems is being delayed by claims that only government issued eID cards will be good enough, and those won't be here for a few more years. Time to take action now...

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Maturing PSP landscape: Reaching the state of equilibrium

Submitted by Shikko Nijland on Fri, 11/16/2012 - 09:26 in

For over a decade payment service providers (PSPs) played an important role in the online payments landscape. In our definition PSPs are companies that connect merchants via a single interface with multiple (acquirers of) payment methods. This is the first of a series of blog articles by Innopay’s online payment experts. In this first blog, we will explain the drivers of maturity in the PSP market and the rising need for PSPs to reconsider their strategy.

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Starbucks is getting it right through Square

Submitted by Alessandro Longoni on Fri, 08/10/2012 - 12:41 in

Square and Starbucks just announced their partnership to ‘revolutionize’ in-store payments at the coffee house locations. The deal will see Starbucks processing all its credit card transactions through an ad-hoc square solution, considerably reducing credit card swiping costs – Starbucks CEO Howard Schulz said.

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