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iPhone …
or Android
or Android
or Android
or Android
or Android … ?

Posted by on August 25, 2015 at 8:30 pm

Why “an AOS app” may not be enough REMEMBER WHEN telephones were clunky, corded things you plugged into a wall and used only for the now quaint, so last-century practice of talking? And when offering phones in a choice of colors was a major step forward? Thank goodness the Dark Telephonic Ages are behind us. [...]

Wherein I
introduce
an important
new “product”

Posted by on August 10, 2015 at 3:08 pm

A significant event occurred last month in the payments industry.Yet for reasons beyond me, it went unreported in the press. You needn’t feel bad if the news didn’t reach you, for in fact it didn’t reach a lot of people. Moreover, you may not have felt its effects. It is only due to its immediate [...]

“Treat”: A Clinkle in Time

Posted by on July 31, 2015 at 11:28 pm

Whatever happened to Clinkle? You may recall not long ago when an app by the name of Clinkle was on the tip of every tongue in the payments industry. The brainchild of wunderkind Lucas Duplan, Clinkle looked to be a game changer. No longer. According to Forbes, the company is struggling, losing dollars and employees [...]

I don’t mean to brag.
Okay, maybe I mean to a little.

Posted by on June 30, 2015 at 4:00 pm

For some reason and for the third year in a row, Bank Innovation has shown no better judgment than to include me on its list of “2015 Innovators to Watch.” The 2015 refers to the year, not to the number of innovators, which is a good thing, because 2,015 innovators would have made for a [...]

It’s time to own the

Posted by on May 28, 2015 at 9:13 pm

Adapted from my upcoming Credit Union Magazine article   IT’S NO LONGER NEWS that payment relationships are a, if not the, wave of the financial services future.Experts have harped on the subject ad infinitum. People like me have harped on it, too. Part of the message seems to have gotten through loud and clear. Financial institution decision makers are [...]