The payment trends for 2014 featured

Infographic: Payments Trends of 2014

What you should be looking out for in 2014

The first month of 2014 is drawing to a close and, while it feels like it’s gone by rather quickly, there’s still 11 months to go. This means there’s all to play for in the rapidly-changing world of payments.

To help you along the way, here’s an infographic on the payments trends of 2014. These are the 10 things that you and your business should be keeping an eye on, making sure you’re innovating in, and ensuring you grow into across 2014. Because if you don’t, the competition most certainly will.

Compiled from our own insider knowledge, along with a look back to what sat as the trends of 2013, this year’s predictions are wholly our own and we certainly welcome feedback!

You can take a look at the infographic below, and easily share with others thanks to our social bar. If you’d like to see a slightly larger version, just click on the infographic.

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  1. Dustin

    I don’t see any modern forms of payments taking off in the USA this year. It’s just more of the same, promising something that works in another year or two.

    Let’s look at Isis. Currently it is only available in select locations on select phones with select cards. For the stars to align and a consumer to actually be able to use Isis would be a miracle. Banks aren’t exactly lining up to support it, and Isis refuses to support any platform other than Android.

    EMV technology is being resisted by US banks tooth and nail. They refuse to invest one cent into making this work. None of my cards offer it, except American Express which offers a half working version, Chip & Signature. Of course this will not work at any ATM or automated kiosk overseas, so forget about using it for transit tickets anywhere in the world.

    American banks should be ashamed of themselves for still resisting global compatibility and modern, secure payment technology. In my opinion, this is one instance the government needs to step in and force banks get with the program. As it stands, the United States banking industry is an embarrassment to the world on the payments front, and that needs to change sooner than later.

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