Bill pay

Not just speed: Data transfer another dividend of faster payments


The Clearing House argues that participants in payments transactions could share far more invoice information over its real-time network.


BMO off to promising start on its AI projects


The team has already built three customer-facing AI tools this year, which it hopes to keep building upon.


Fiserv updates online bill pay for banks, plans real-time payments


Leveraging new technology and APIs, Fiserv has rolled out CheckFree Next, a major update of the core CheckFree bill payment technology Fiserv acquired in 2007.


U.S. Bank launches bill-pay platform to support faster payments, chatbots


U.S. Bank wants to disrupt the way consumers pay their bills by offering billers a new platform fit for faster payment rails, new messaging formats and digital assistants.


TD Ameritrade wants to steer customers toward in-car voice assistants


The brokerage expects customers will use conversational tech to check accounts and perform other financial transactions while stuck in traffic.


Simple drops e-billing, and gets heat from consumers


The digital banking provider Simple has been part of BBVA for five years, and its reputation as an easy way to handle and transfer digital money has only grown in that time frame through the addition of faster payments and P2P services.


The pain points of digital bill pay


Though financial institutions with online bill payment services still command the largest share of the bill payment market, it’s a category with many friction points ripe for disruption.


Rethinking bill pay when there isn’t a bill


Providing the default card in digital subscription services is one way banks can win back bill-pay business, save customers time and help them manage their data.


The Women to Watch: No. 19, TD's Jane Russell


In the newly created role, Jane Russell manages TD’s call centers, ATMs and digital operations, and directs all operations within its 1,250 U.S. branches


JPMorgan seeks to banish paper payments with fintech venture


JPMorgan Chase is partnering with another fast-growing technology firm, this time to help business clients eradicate paper checks.