From 16 September, Transport for London (TfL) will introduce contactless payments for all pay as you go customers on the Tube, London Overground, DLR and Trams in addition to the capital's buses.
Mobile technology is changing the way we organise our lives and application developers are constantly looking for ways to streamline banking to accommodate these changes.
The New Year sees us all making lists and resolutions of things we’d like to do differently with our business. Is a review of your online payment methods on there? Well here’s why it should be.
It’s a common misconception that customers will always go for the cheapest item when comparing products like for like. In fact, many people are willing to dig a little deeper when they are getting a product with a perceived higher value
Richard Ransom outlines the steps required to create an effective Payments and Collections Factory.
The latest payment technologies offer faster and cheaper transactions, which can improve your top and bottom lines.
The flagship payment product, Isis, will be rolled out nationwide following a trial in Houston and Salt Lake City. The UK equivalent, Weve, a joint venture between Vodafone, Telefonica and EE, is not going to launch a payments product until 2014 at the earliest.
MPs have called for action after a report revealed the impact of late payments on small businesses.
Trillions in extra revenue are waiting for businesses willing to expand internationally; so what's keeping you? Andreas Stendera points out some of the key barriers to international expansion.
It’s not often that the work of her majesty’s Revenue and Customs is celebrated, but it should be praised for its achievements in forcing nine companies to pay out almost £200,000 to unpaid interns.
When it comes to paying bills on time, large organisations should take the UK's smallest businesses as an example: they are improving significantly, data reveals.
It's time to understand that prompt payments are as good for business as they are for the economy.