David Duncan, VP of security marketing at CA Technologies, explains why retailers that want to gain — and keep — customer trust need to avoid common pitfalls.
Verifone North America President Joe Mach shares insight on what retailers are doing, the big trends in play with customer experience and how consumers are spurring trends and retail customer experience strategies.
Jason Tan, CEO of Sift Science, explains what retailers need to keep an eye out for in the wake of the Equifax breach. Last year 48 percent of online businesses saw an increase in account takeover, according to a Sift Science Fraud-Fighting Trends report.
Mobile Payments Today sat down with Kount CEO Brad Wiskirchen and COO Rich Stuppy to talk about this year’s results, and about trends that are influencing the market now.
Tim Critchley, Semafone CEO, explains why retailers, to protect customers' most sensitive data and their brand reputation, must step up data security efforts or risk losing customer trust, patronage and business.
Andy Huynh, CTO at BTM Global, explains why change management must not only be a core part of a technology implementation plan and is much more than just dictating the steps of a project. Rather, it's facilitating the journey from which you'll emerge better and stronger.
The explosion of information is clearly accelerating. Data is flooding companies and the problem is only getting worse. As the next big explosion heats up with Internet of Things technology the rate of information growth will go exponential.
Todd Enders, VP of product marketing for Salesforce Service Cloud, shares insight and tips to unlocking rewarding customer experiences that will drive sales and customer loyalty in a live one-hour event April 25.
If there is one message Target's EVP, CIO and Chief Digital Officer, Mike McNamara, wants heard loud and clear, it's this: Target is no longer a laggard when it comes to digital technology.
Requirements to install chip card technology in the U.S. has forced retailers to bone up on risk management in 2016, and they will continue to do so in 2017. According to research, retailers are looking to protect customer data in three other key ways.
While online clothing retailer Stitch Fix aims to 'fix' the shortcomings inherent in traditional retail environments, it is just as focused on using art, science and data to drive its unique business proposition.
The combination of customer insights available today produces clearer understanding than ever. These nine "“gee whiz"insights should cause grocery retailers to look at their data (and how they gather it) differently.
John Costello, Dunkin’ Brands president, global marketing and innovation, doesn’t mince words when it comes to the state of retail and what retailers must do to survive and beat the competition.
Despite a deadline of October 2015, 42 percent of retailers have yet to update payment terminals to be EMV compliant.
As CVS/pharmacy enters the thick of converting 1,700 Target pharmacies and clinics to its own brand, it has made it evident its reward program, ExtraCare, will play an important role.
Welcome to the modern world — an age in which data is infinite and we are able to collect more information than we know what to do with.
A big focus in 2016 will be leveraging data to improve and enhance customer experience. An expert offers up tips and insight on making it happen.
Mobile security is a challenge for any retailer hoping to lure in the mobile device shopper. HP's Cory McElroy says the key is to not become complacent with a security strategy and continually evaluate and look for opportunities to enhance it..
Although the nationwide rollout of EMV technology is beginning to eliminate some security concerns, experts expect to see an increase in online fraud as fraudsters turn their attention to online sales.
Data, specifically given the looming Internet of Things technology ahead, will prove even more critical for retailers in 2016.