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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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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Mobile Payments 2013: Changing checkout

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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XS2A-day: event report

Starting from the contributions to Innopay's XS2A-day, a wrap-up was created and published on www.innopay.com. The report of the day can e downloaded for free after registering through the webform.

| English | 7 pages | Free (registration required) |

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Online age verification in The Netherlands, a market analysis

What solutions are available for online age verification in the short term, in The Netherlands?

In the beginning of 2013 Innopay wrote a market analysis that describes that status quo of online age verification in The Netherlands. Authors Jacob Boersma and Nick Smaling authored this report for the ECP, the Dutch platform for the information society. The document has been mentioned in the Dutch parliament during several discussions on online alcohol sales. A must read for everyone active in the e-identity field.

Report | Dutch | 53 pages | Free (registration required) |

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“e-invoicing adoption will increase through cooperation” say European e-invoicing execs

Innopay and a graduate student from the Erasmus University, Rotterdam (Innovation Management) conducted a study regarding the attitude of the e-invoicing service providers towards cooperation as a means to grow the market. The overall attitude towards collaboration is positive, regardless of the various types of actors operating in this field (billing service providers, ERP software vendors and banks).

The four-corner model (with multilateral agreement) was valued higher as a means to realize collaboration than the bilateral agreement, since the latter was not regarded as a scalable option to realize mass adoption. Adoption of a four-corner model in e-invoicing is seen as an important step towards mass adoption of e-invoicing and the basis for competition between service providers based on value added services rather than the reach of their respective user networks.

Executive summary | English | 3 pages | Free (registration required) |

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