As we approach the end of an eventful 2016, Let’s Talk Payments presents this list of the top 11 most popular articles published on LTP in 2016 with regard to page views.
80 Hottest InsuranceTech Companies Shaking up the Trillion-Dollar Insurance Industry
Knip is an innovative digital insurance manager that provides users with an easy-to-understand overview and analysis of existing insurance policies, tariffs and services.
Clark is an insurance platform that provides a transparent, cheap and comprehensive insurance cover.
Brolly is a UK-based personal insurance management app and broker that allows users to manage their policies in one place and understand where they have duplicate or missing coverage. Read more.
13 Banking Software Companies Powering Online Banking
Temenos Group AG, headquartered in Geneva, is a market-leading software provider that partners with banks and other financial institutions to transform their businesses and stay ahead of a changing marketplace. Temenos customers significantly outperform their peers. Over the period of 2008–2014, Temenos clients enjoyed a 31% higher return on assets on average, a 36% higher return on equity and an 8.6 percentage point lower cost to income than financial institutions running legacy software. Over 2,000 firms across the globe, including 38 of the top 50 banks, rely on Temenos to process the daily transactions of more than 500 million banking customers. Read more.
12 Companies Leveraging Blockchain for Identification and Authentication
Increasing data breaches, illegal hacking and identity theft cases are raising the demand of the fraud and authentication industry. No entity seems to be immune – from small banks to large health insurance companies; organizations of all sizes in many industries are affected. Criminal fraudsters are illegally accessing millions of consumer credit cards and private data files, even while new payment systems are evolving with new technology and capturing consumer spending habits. This is further amplified by the advent of mobility. As the industry is moving towards EMV chip technology, the CNP (card-not-present) fraud is increasing compared to the fraud at physical POS systems. Read more.
There Is a FinTech Startup for Almost Any Bank Service