Recent articles published by, or referencing, Edgar, Dunn & Company in leading business and trade publications:

Methods to Reduce Late Bill Payments

An article from Western Union focusing on methods for merchants to reduce late bill payments from their customers.

The article references conversations with Yogesh Oka from Edgar, Dunn & Company's San Francisco office.

 

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The Benefit of Recurring Payments

An article from Western Union focusing on the impact and benefits of recurring billing for merchants.

The article references conversations with Yogesh Oka from Edgar, Dunn & Company's San Francisco office.

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Journal of Internet Business

An article from the Journal of Internet Business focusing on the use of cheques in small to medium businesses in Australia.

The paper extensively references research conducted by Edgar, Dunn & Company in the Australian market.

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EFMA Magazine

Erik van Winkel, Manager at Edgar Dunn & Company writes about the business perspectives for financial services providers resulting from the Payment Services Directive

"Whereas the Sepa initiative, driven by the banking sector, aims to remove any technical and commercial barriers to integrate the fragmented European payments market, the PSD should remove any legal barriers and provide a harmonised legal framework for providing payment services in the internal market."

"Bien que l’initiative SEPA, promue par le secteur bancaire, vise à supprimer toute barrière technique et commerciale à l’entrée sur le marché européen fragmenté des paiements, la PSD devrait supprimer les barrières légales et proposer un cadre juridique harmonisé pour la prestation de services de paiement au sein du marché interne."

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American Banker

EDC's Samee Zafar explains why mobile payments may now be postioned to gain greater acceptance and replace cash payments in a way that wasn't the case during the glory days of the "dot-com" boom. Mr. Zafar outlines the environmental changes in recent years and three critical factors that will determine who is left standing in this shifting landscape.

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