Evolution of the Payment Service Provider Marketplace and Where to Play for Advantage

Evolution of the Payment Service Provider Marketplace and Where to Play for Advantage

Dalbir Sahota, Head of Product Management, Bankers Almanac for LexisNexis Risk Solutions, provides insight into the PSP marketplace, discussing the emerging trends for conquering friction in payments and the role Financial Institutions play as the PSP market consolidates.

Payment methods evolution – Leonardo Escobar, ACI Worldwide

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Payment methods evolution – Leonardo Escobar, Head of Sales LATAM, ACI Worldwide.

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Who is the Best Payment Service Provider for My Business?

How to work out who the best payment gateway or payment service provider for your business is. Whether you’re interested in cost, compatibility, customer service or availability you need to watch this video and then try our market comparison tool https://shuttleglobal.com/merchants

The Heat Is On | Sacred Symbols: A PlayStation Podcast, Episode 251

As it comes to grips with the new realities of an ever-consolidating market, Sony has opted to increase its aggressiveness by purchasing Firewalk Studios. Like Haven and Nixxes before it, buying Firewalk is an unusually premature move for a company that typically likes to conduct extensive second party dances before putting a ring on it. But its arch-rival and third party publishers alike have made it clear that the old rules of buying teams no longer apply, and that courtships can no longer span the production of multiple titles. Will this increasing embrace of size benefit PlayStation or hinder it? Only time will tell, but we’ve obviously much to discuss. Other big news this week includes PlayStation 5’s staggering sales figures, the exit of more high-level talent from Media Molecule, and much more, and we round things out — as always — with listener inquiries. Is enemy scaling really necessary? Could Ubisoft be readying a low-key banger with XDefiant? Do players really ‘graduate’ from Nintendo to PlayStation? Is Colin developing a hankering for gardening?

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0:00:00 – Intro
0:05:05 – Congrats to Chris!
0:18:59 – What were our thoughts about the FF16 State of Play?
0:21:54 – What else will we add to the merch shop?
0:32:43 – Is it warm enough for Colin to kill frogs in the pool again?
0:39:34 – Tetris Effect is great
0:43:19 – Do we have any interest in Horizon: Burning Shores?
0:54:28 – HBO’s The Last of Us seems to be confirmed beyond Season Two
0:55:58 – Gut check on Immortals of Aveum?
1:01:25 – Diablo IV has gone gold
1:05:50 – Harry Potter: Quidditch Champions has been announced
1:12:00 – Armored Core VI may be imminent
1:16:27 – Sega has purchased Rovio
1:17:15 – AARP claims that 45% of Americans 50 years and older are gaming
1:19:35 – What have we been playing?
1:48:20 – Sony has purchased Firewalk Studios
2:06:29 – PlayStation 5 sales are still very strong
2:22:02 – Mark Healey has left Media Molecule
2:37:52 – Sony is attracting the attention of the U.S. government
2:53:23 – Bungie is taking action against leakers
3:06:19 – What video game terms have we used incorrectly?
3:09:11 – Do we have any expectations for the next Mass Effect?
3:21:09 – What’s the deal with RPG EXP inequality?
3:30:23 – Do we have thoughts on XDefiant?
3:38:30 – Are Sony’s games all the same?
3:47:57 – Why is the DualSense so uncomfortable?

Understanding market evolution for service providers

Originally Published on TelecomTV.com 25 Sep 2015

The telecoms market is currently difficult and changing and operators need a strategic direction, Alessandro tells Guy Daniels. The Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) is about trying to understand the market evolution for service providers, rather than just the raw technology. Also discussed is why service providers and their customers should be interested in dynamic service provision.
Filmed at: MEF Annual Members Meeting, Vancouver, 28 July 2015