March 2, 2018 – Today, NACHA-The Electronic Payments Association® reported that banks and credit unions have registered 9,403 Third-Party Senders as of the March 1, 2018 deadline, resulting from NACHA’s Third-Party Sender Registration Rule.
We’re make making final preparations for next week’s PAYMENTS 2018 conference in San Diego, CA. If you plan on attending, please come by and see us, we will be in booth# 528.
What do track and field stars, NASCAR drivers and millions of businesses owners around the United States have in common? They all have an appreciation for speed.
The Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) and The Clearing House Association (TCH Association), a non-partisan advocacy and research arm of The Clearing House, announced this weekend their agreement to combine their activities in the development of a new organization.
Digital wallets and P2P payments are fast becoming table stakes for banking providers that want to remain relevant with today’s digital consumers. But which one should your financial institution offer?
Real-time payments are coming to the U.S., although it may take a while to reach into remote spots across the country that are served by small community banks or credit unions.
The Electronic Payments Association® announced the launch of its new Request for Payment program. The Request for Payment program leverages the ISO 20022 message standard to enable businesses of all sizes to send electronic invoices and receive corresponding payment and remittance through the ACH Network.
SCI will be a vendor at the NACHA PAYMENTS 2018 Conference in San Diego, CA, April 29-May 2, 2018.
Zelle, U.S. banks’ answer to mobile payment services like PayPal and Venmo, claims that nearly 100,000 consumers, on average, are signing up for its service per day.
So, which of these innovations work, which don’t and how can banks and FIs know the difference?