Payments On Fire

Fintech

Episode 155 – Enabling Payments Operations and the Multiplayer Fintech Ecosystem – Dimitri Dadiomov and Rachel Pike, Modern Treasury

We continue our series on fintechs and how they improve payments and data handling flows. One of the major trends that has emerged in the last five years is the “as-a-service” phenomenon. Payments as a service companies – true payment platforms for those offering payment capability as well as those needing to make and accept […]

Innovation

Episode 154 – Fighting Disruption in Merchant Services with Payments Tech – Kyle Pexton and Nick Starai, NMI

If you want to understand the incumbent merchant services business, the industry that puts payments capabilities into the hands of merchants, take a listen to this Payments on Fire® episode. It focuses on the realities facing the major stakeholders in that portion of the payments industry through a discussion with NMI, a payments technology provider. […]

ACH

Episode 153 – How to Make B2B Payments in a Few Lines of Code – Brady Harris and Adam Steenhard, Dwolla – Payments on Fire® Fintech Series

The fintech phenomenon and the ability of software developers and their enterprise customers to embed payments capability into business processes relies on multiple forms of access. First, there is the establishment of the business and contractural relationship necessary for access to a payment system. The rules of payments schemes, i.e. payment networks, say that you […]

Fast Payments

Episode 152 – The Fast Payments Imperative – Elizabeth McQuerry, Glenbrook and Craig Ramsey, ACI Worldwide

Fast payments are “must haves” in most economies. Their key attributes make them superior to other bank-led, open-loop systems. The speed of money has caught up with the speed of our communications. As Glenbrook’s Elizabeth McQuerry puts it, “this is a convergence of ideas around the world, a commonality, around this single approach in payments.” […]