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Lead Story

Payment IPOs in the public eye

Ann Train


Industry Update

China UnionPay expands mPOS options

Bright future predicted for Global, Heartland

FIs gain time in Home Depot settlement dispute

Countdown for charitable giving


Balancing big data and consumer privacy

The Clearing House stakes its claim in real-time payments

Bob Rohr
First Annapolis Consulting

Mobile forward 2016

What will global payments look like in 2019?

Dispense with bad tech habits in 2016

Selling Prepaid

Gift card spend to reach $26 billion


Online, mobile gaining on brick and mortar

Patti Murphy
ProScribes Inc.

A giving commitment

Thom Aldredge
The Give Back Campaign


Street SmartsSM:
What does the crystal ball say for 2016? - Part 2

Jeffrey I. Shavitz
TrafficJamming LLC

The one man show: Be a piker, dream middle class

John Tucker
1st Capital Loans LLC

Build your business with trust in 2016

Jeff Fortney
Clearent LLC

2016 payment trends - What's to come?

Michael Gavin

Company Profile

Capital for Merchants LLC

New Products

Turnkey e-wallet, e-commerce solution

ShopperPress module
Allied Wallet

iPad POS tableside ordering

TouchBistro 7.0


Switch it up in 2016


ADVISORY BOARD: Welcome to a new year in payments

Letter from the Editors

Readers Speak

Resource Guide


A Bigger Thing

The Green Sheet Online Edition

January 11, 2016  •  Issue 16:01:01

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ISO Metrics
What will global payments look like in 2019?

Worldpay recently published an 89-page Global Payments Report showing historical and projected data on payment trends in 30 counties. The report revealed that alternative payment methods ‒ those not running on global network schemes such as MasterCard Worldwide, Visa Inc. or American Express Co. – surpassed card payments for the first time in 2015, with a 51 percent market share. The gap is expected to widen.

Credit and debit cards continued to dominate in the U.S. market with 65 percent market share, followed by electronic wallets at 15 percent. U.S. card brand usage was led by Visa at 53 percent, followed by MasterCard (24 percent), AmEx (15 percent), local card schemes (5 percent) and Discover (3 percent). Below are several key findings from the Worldpay report.ISO Metrics Graphs

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