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Real-Time Payment (RTP) adoption and readiness have been a point of consideration for Financial Institutions (FIs) dating back to The Clearing House’s (TCH) announcement to launch the service back in 2014.
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The P2P space is a competitive landscape with fintechs and big tech companies competing with banks for wallet share. Zelle has strengthened banks’ abilities to participate in this market, helping them maintain their valuable customer relationships.
When it comes to business drivers, Financial Institutions (FIs) consider this to be their least likely reason to launch Real-Time Payments (RTP), per our 2020 RTP Report.
As institutions realize that real-time payments expand beyond the P2P use case, the desire and need for adoption of an RTP solution is felt beyond the “big bank” atmosphere.
It should be of no surprise that the majority (84%) of smaller financial institutions are reliant on third-party assistance in launching real-time payments.
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A few weeks ago Chase announced the shutdown of the Chase Pay app, and the Fintech world predictably had a lot to say about it.
Market research is a fundamental aspect of product planning and development and goes a long way in increasing the chance of success and ROI of a project.
Throughout this series we'll provide answers to frequently asked questions surrounding product management for RTP, such as managing the product(s) long term, dealing with cannibalizing current products, and more.
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The world of payments is aflame with talk of real-time payments and how it will revolutionize payments capabilities in the United States.
The Federal Reserve announced yesterday that they will start developing a new interbank 24x7x365 real-time gross settlement service which would allow real-time clearing and settlement at the time of the transaction.
Throughout this series we'll provide answers to frequently asked questions surrounding architectural considerations for RTP, like which options are available for banks, differences in integration options, and more.
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