Progression towards electronic payments continues, but could we ever do without some cash?
The spread of new forms of digital payment is leading to claims that we are entering a cashless world. How accurate are they?
A plethora of payment methods has bombarded retailers and consumers alike, but while providers battle for supremacy, simplicity at the checkout is the aim
Predicting the future of payments is a hazardous business, which has claimed victims big and small, but some are prepared to back mobiles as the way many will pay in 2020
The clash between cash and digital transactions is being fought around the world – and both ways of paying are still standing
The payments sector is fragmented as no one technology has achieved widespread adoption by businesses that may be unaware of the options and how they work
The payments industry is in flux as smartphone technology revolutionises the way we pay, and presents new opportunities for business leaders, retailers and consumers alike, writes Nic Fildes
With a fog of electronic payment options, which platform will become dominant is unclear. What is certain, however, is any economy that wishes to remain vibrant must move towards more ubiquitous, frictionless payment systems, writes Dave Howell