Indian consumers want to stay in the native experience while making purchases. This and other factors has led to the rise of contextual payments.
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India has the highest fintech adoption rate globally. Besides being home to the world’s 3rd largest fintech ecosystem, our fintech market (currently valued at $31 billion) is expected to grow to a whopping $84 billion by 2025. What’s interesting is that nearly 70% of the current 2100+ fintech
When Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his famous “I have a dream” speech on the steps of Lincoln Memorial in Washington, it shaped the conversation about race equality and civil rights for years to come. Recently, Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his inaugural speech at the InFinity forum also talked
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Digital Payments have become an integral part of the consumer’s everyday activities. They are happening at every moment in the life of today’s mobile consumers as they are surrounded by digital products and services. From pay-per-use, subscription payments, invisible payments, credit/debit card transactions, one-click checkouts, mobile payments,
Few sectors have transformed as rapidly as digital payments. No longer just a fragmented and transactional touch-point, the payment’s journey enables businesses to engage with customers, enhance their experience, and build long-term loyalty. The last decade has been eventful as the digital payments ecosystem expanded with new solutions such
SMBs are oddly underserved and face numerous barriers to growth. Small merchants face difficulty in accessing formal credit, poor infrastructure and utilities, antiquated and informal operating methods and low access to marketing platforms, compounded by the digital and technological knowledge gap. This is where fintech platforms can act as enablers
Digital transformation is not just a choice, but an eventuality. It helps future-proof businesses, create wholesome customer experiences, and improve operational efficiency and profitability. In this rapidly changing environment, while larger enterprises have been able to harness its power, the journey for SMBs has been a steep one. In a
Cyber threats like APT (Advance Persistence Threat), Malware, hacking, phishing, ransomware, and distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks have the potential to cause enormous challenges for organizations. Not only can companies suffer serious service disruption and reputational damage, but the loss of personal data can also result in huge fines from regulators.
The global digital payment market size is expected to grow from USD 89.1 billion in 2021 to USD 180.4 billion by 2026. The promotion of digital payments worldwide and the increasing penetration of smartphones are major contributors. Besides, the pandemic has accelerated the adoption of contactless and wallet