Summary: A Podcast dedicated to topics impacting the world of connected commerce & consumer centric solutions for banking to retail and all the payments and Fintech in between
In this episode of COMMERCE NOW, we are joined by Steve Gotz of Silicon Foundry, and we discuss how banks are increasingly creating new environments and structures to pursue innovative ideas and build new capabilities. We explore one specific kind of innovation structure: the Venture Studio (also known as a Company Builder).
In this special episode of COMMERCE NOW, we team up with Pymnts.com's Karen Webster and Diebold Nixdorf's Uli Seeman and discuss convenience stores (C-stores) and how consumers who only ever pause for gas, and never even set foot inside the store, are a major lost opportunity for additional sales.
Devon Watson and Thomas Karakalos discuss emerging trends in retail and banking services.
Anna Istnick, Marketing Director of Global Banking Solutions at Diebold Nixdorf discusses self-service retail banking strategies with Diebold Nixdorf’s Brand Evangelist, Scott Anderson.
Banks’ investments are leaning heavily toward technology upgrades – especially those that make self-service, digital banking easier for customers, as Karen Webster with Pymnts.com discussed in a recent conversation with Diebold Nixdorf Vice President of North America Solutions Heather Gibbins.
In today's topic we're going to discuss the very interesting year of 2018 in the retail industry and we'll talk about what's to come in the new year.
In this episode we'll discuss how organizations can keep up, and what is expected in order to stay ahead of their competition.
In this podcast, Scott Harroff and Dave Phister spend some time looking back on some security related topics that transpired throughout 2018. Also, they touch on a few things that you might want to think about as you're heading into 2019; how to best protect you from organized criminals attacking your ATM fleets and more so your gas pumps.
In this podcast on Zero Trust security; an encore to our November 15 webinar, during which, Dave and Merritt explored the architectural concept of Zero Trust and discussed how it can be leveraged by financial institutions to gain tighter control of ATM networks. Today, we want to take a deeper dive a few of the questions we received during the live webinar and actionable outcomes to consider when it comes to applying this concept to your operations.
Devon Watson and Michael Engel discuss all things Connected Commerce. In this episode, both touch on the unparalleled services and technology that are essential to evolve in an 'always on' and changing consumer landscape.
Physical and cyber attacks against ATMs receive a lot of coverage, but they are not the only ways in which criminals can empty an ATM of cash. Transaction reversal fraud is one example of a manipulation of loopholes in transaction processing rules to steal cash, but it requires little to no tampering with the terminal. This episode will cover the latest process/communication manipulation fraud methods and news, as well as how to stop these attacks.
In this episode we will discuss how Financial Institutions can bridge the physical and digital worlds to create a convenient, unique experience for their customers.
As the tax against self service endpoints evolve to be more complex, and many financial institutions struggle to keep up, there's a growing demand for security management services in the industry. In this podcast, you will hear about this trend and what it means for financial institutions.
Today, in so many of the headlines, retail technology is taking over and not only with digital purchases, but in the physical brick and mortar locations as well. Retailers are looking for that “golden ticket” on how to give their consumers a better retail experience. Attending events with the newest technologies are key to staying ahead of the competition. We will discuss our overall impressions from last week’s shop.org event and what really knocked our socks off!
In this episode, Scott Harroff and Dave Phister talk about cyber security, cyber criminals, and how industries can protect their data, their software, and overall – their cash.