03 MAY 2017
The Security of First Data's STAR Network
Payment card fraud is a big business. The perpetrators of fraud work diligently to find vulnerabilities—in physical terminals, computer systems and websites—allowing them to steal payment card data. According to the 2016 Nilson Report, losses incurred by banks and merchants due to payment card fraud reached $21.8 billion in 2015. In the U.S., card fraud accounts for about 13 cents of every $100 spent in the retail sector.
10 APR 2017
VIDEO: Accepting Checks Doesn’t Mean Accepting Risk
Tap into the millions of Americans who have checking accounts but no debit or credit cards.
19 AUG 2016
First Data SpendTrend Report: Back-to-school spending may be heating up after tepid growth for the past three years
Summer camps might be winding down and pools getting less crowded, but the back-to-school shopping season is in full swing. With kids in some states already back to school and others just beginning to face the fact that summer is coming to a close, the First Data SpendTrend team analyzed actual consumer spending across the country to look at how back to school sales are faring this season.
29 JUL 2016
ICYMI July: First Data in The News
We’ve compiled the biggest stories from around the web in July, featuring issues important to First Data clients and partners, including around First Data’s recent foray into the sporting world, coverage of STAR Network and its ability to partner with credit unions, Gyft-ing around the world, and more
10 MAR 2016
With Clover Go You Can Go Wherever Your Business Takes You
Your business is on the go. So accepting payments anywhere, anytime is important.
But what if your mobile payment solution could do more?
With Clover Go, you can accept payments wherever your business takes you—simply, affordably, and securely—so you can manage transactions with confidence.
25 FEB 2016
ICYMI February: First Data in The News
In case you missed it (ICYMI), below, we’ve compiled the biggest stories from around the web in February, featuring issues important to First Data clients including news about STAR Network’s utilization of machine learning to keep customer data safe, media coverage of First Data’s first earnings conference call since returning to public ownership, how Starbucks managed to sell gift cards to an estimated 46 million Americans last year with the help of First Data, and more:
20 JAN 2016
First Data's 2015 Mobile Banking Consumer Insights Study
Every day, as consumers have less and less time on their hands to manage their
personal and professional lives, their reliance on mobile technology continues to grow
at a rapid pace.
06 JAN 2016
Top 10 New Year’s Resolutions for Banks to Generate More Business in 2016
What do you plan to do differently in 2016 to be more competitive and drive real business results? “Banks face three critical battles: restoring customer trust, defending their payments business from new entrants and avoiding commoditization,” according to management consultancy Accenture in its latest forecast “Banking 2016: Next-generation Banking.”
04 DEC 2015
Mobile Banking Controls: The Key to Customer Engagement
How do you encourage more of your customers who own smartphones to adapt and adopt your mobile offerings? Simple. Give them more control.
26 OCT 2015
Cards and Payments: Innovation Designed Through Empathy
From consumers and retailers, to the banks that issue payment cards and process the transactions, download this exclusive white paper to learn how your organisation can succeed by taking advantage of truly customer-centric technology.
29 MAY 2015
125 Days to the Liability Shift - Is Your Business Protected?
With less than 125 days left until the liability shift, EMV chip cards are a hot topic in the payment industry. For the rest of the U.S., what the chip on their debit and credit cards does is still a mystery.
04 MAY 2015
150 Days to the Liability Shift - Act Now to Protect Your Business
By the end of 2014, an estimated 120 million chip cards had been issued. By the end of 2015 that number is projected to jump to close to 600 million representing 65 percent of credit cards and 55 percent of debit cards.