The Fortune 500 company Fidelity National Information Services has released its Readiness Report 2021 focusing on the capital markets industry and how firms are transforming their technology and operations to compete in the future. It paints a picture of Australian firms still struggling with working from home while highlighting the need for tech in risk reduction.
Although it's said that cash is king, a new FIS report says "the sun is officially setting on the use of cash for retail payments in Australia, with the economy projected to be 98% cashless by 2024.
Biometric authentication is key to future payments in Australia, according to a new survey which reveals that nearly a fifth - or 17% - of Aussies are interested in using a microchip in their hands to make payments easier.
The adoption and average of real-time payments in Australia, such as Osko and PayID, have more than doubled in the last 12 months, a report by the fintech solutions provider FIS has found.
Renewable energy systems and software provider Evergen has hired Lucy Carpinelli as a solution architect and Emad Nashed as a senior software engineer.
Global revenue from payment platforms that enables merchants to process payments will grow from US$106 billion in 2019 to US$158 billion by 2024, according to Juniper Research.
Digital banking firm Volt Bank has chosen technology and services from US global financial services technology provider FIS to power its mobile and card payment services.
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