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Eye on Digital Commerce: Google Wallet Beyond Payments; W3C’s Payment Form Goes Live

Alphabet Inc.’s Google subsidiary is adding more services to its Google Wallet for Android mobile devices, and Google’s Chrome Web browser now supports a common e-commerce payment form for merchants that is expected to be integrated into the other major browsers too. United Airlines Inc. in May became the first …

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No Fast Payoff From SRC

News that the major payment card networks will implement a standardized buy button later this year may have stirred hopes among issuers, merchants, and acquirers that the longstanding problems of rising e-commerce fraud and inconsistent checkout flows will finally be addressed. But already cautionary notes are emerging to indicate the …

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Punchh Launches Customer Data Tool and other Digital Transactions News briefs from 6/28/19

Digital-marketing specialist Punchh launched a product that uses machine learning to allow physical retailers to calculate the lifetime purchases of individual customers and craft marketing plans accordingly. Standards body EMVCo said it will have an educational session about the new Secure Remote Commerce specification for online payments at a U.S. …

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With the New Common Buy Button, Don’t Look for a Payoff Any Time Soon, a New Report Warns

The news that the major payment card networks will implement a standardized buy button later this year may have stirred hopes among issuers, merchants, and acquirers that the longstanding problems of rising e-commerce fraud and inconsistent checkout flows will finally be addressed. But already cautionary notes are emerging to indicate …

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Networks Say SRC Will Go Live Later This Year to Simplify—And Secure—Digital Checkouts

A standards body controlled by the major card networks released on Friday a long-awaited standard aimed at simplifying and securing consumer checkouts on the Web and in apps. By mid-morning, American Express Co., Discover Financial Services, and Mastercard Inc. had announced they intend to implement the spec later this year. …

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Getting Heard by EMVCo

Six big networks control EMVCo, which in turn controls the global EMV standards. But merchants have ways to wield some influence. Within the fraternity of commerce, merchants have at times taken issue with directives set out by payments organizations. The most common differences usually center on pricing, but disputes about …

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The SRC Express

A network-sponsored spec for streamlined digital payments rolls toward implementation later this year, promising cleaner checkouts but also stirring questions about how it will work. Remember all the excitement last spring about a so-called common buy button the major card networks were working on (“The Shared Checkout’s Slow Check-in,” June)? …

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The Ultimate Mobile Payment

It was only a matter of time before the stars lined up to put digital-payment capability into automobiles. After all, where do U.S. consumers spend their time when not at rest? And what has been their favorite pastime, after sports, politics, or videogaming? As senior editor Kevin Woodward explains in …

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12th Annual The 10 Most Pressing Issues in E-Payments

If understanding a problem is the first step toward a remedy, here are 10 first steps for the executives who must grapple with the complexities of payments every day. Well, here we are with our annual list of the 10 issues causing the most sleepless nights for payments executives these …

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Mastercard CEO ‘Very, Very Optimistic’ About the Coming Common Buy Button for E-Commerce

Mastercard Inc. president and chief executive Ajay Banga says he’s “very, very optimistic” about the Secure Remote Commerce initiative to reduce clutter on online checkout pages. Banga’s comments came Tuesday morning as he reviewed Mastercard’s results for the third quarter, a period in which U.S. purchase volume rose 10.7% year-over-year …

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