publications

On a regular basis, Innopay publishes reports and articles about current subjects in the payments and financial services domain. Most publications can be downloaded for free and only require a registration of basic contact details. Please find our publications below.

featured: Mobile Payments 2013

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The 2013 edition of Innopay's Mobile payments report bears the title 'Changing checkout' to reflect the impact that mobile devices and related technologies have on the retail checkout experience. Authors Alessandro Longoni and Monica Gaza aim to give a comprehensive and up to date overview of trends and developments in the mobile payments space. A highly suggested read for anyone interested in mobile payments.

Report | English | 109 pages | Free (registration required) |

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Final report Shopping2020

Today, the Dutch retail payment landscape is dominated by cash and Maestro (‘pinnen’), offline, and iDEAL, online. Both contexts remain largely separated, although they converge slowly. The expert group Transaction within Shopping2020 identified nine trends that are currently shaping the future of retail payments. Among them are the emergence of digital identities, convergence of channels and, for certain consumers, a stronger desire to protect their personal data. Based on the current state of affairs and trends, the expert group described and assessed four scenarios.
The scenarios are built along the axis of privacy and control by consumers and the number of payment services (/providers)

pdf | EN | 121 pages | Free (registration required) |

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Mobile Payments & Contexts: Changing Checkout

Mobile payments are changing the checkout experience. The payment interaction is now becoming a point of contact with the client, but the main challenge for merchants is how to best use the technologies available.

In this article we highlight the main differences between mobile payments in emerging and developed markets, how they add value to the checkout experience and how companies can learn from success stories in specific markets.

This article previously appeared in Cards & Payments Intelligence magazine in May 2013

Opinion Piece | English | 8 pages | Free (registration required) |

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Innopay Movie 2013 | Putting the banks back together (movie)

What started as a joke has turned into a tradition. And this year the tradition lives on...Jake and Elwood are on a mission. They're putting the banks back together!

With SEPA, PSDii and Access to the Account, new challenges and opportunities arise. We believe both the competitive and the collaborative space are important when it comes to payments. That's why we put a call to action in our new year's movie with some help from the Blues Brothers.
Innopay wishes you and your loved ones all the best for 2014!

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Real-time Financing: Extending e-invoicing to real-time SME financing

Today, most Supply Chain Finance (SCF) solutions are based on a Buyer driven ‘three party model’. Although this is a widely accepted model, it has its limitations in terms of scalability and SME financing.

There is a growing desire from companies and national governments alike to organize financing in an easy and cost effective manner, making SCF reachable ‘for the masses’. In this article Innopay’s e-business experts - Jaap Jan Nienhuis, Mounaim Cortet and Douwe Lycklama - reflect on existing SCF models and propose a 'four party SCF model' to facilitate real-time (SME) financing.

Article | English | 13 pages | Free (registration required) |

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Report: How do the Dutch pay in 2013?

In its capacity as chairman of the transactions expert group within the Shopping2020 research platform, Innopay has the honor to present a new report: How do the Dutch pay in 2013? The report sketches the trends that shaped the transactions of today and describes the way at which Dutch consumers are paying. Above that the report sketches the future of (online) shopping and paying by identifying the most important trends. 

The publication was made possible by the Shopping2020 'transactions' expert group, existing of 23 members hosted by Equens and chaired by Innopay. 

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Report | English | 64 pages | Free (registration required) |

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