Jonathan Vaux from Thredd takes a look at the evolving Cards as a Service space.
The number of debit card payments has tripled over the last decade, driven by the rise of contactless and wallet-based services like Apple Pay and Google Pay. Jonathan discusses how entrants like PayPal have disrupted the traditional payments processing landscape and how high-profile players like Stripe and Square have revolutionised payment acceptance.
He also explains the impact of smartphones on improving customer experiences and the role of the Thredd team, formally known as GPS, in helping early fintech brands launch their products effectively.
Watch this video to learn more about the rise of digital card capabilities and how they have led to better customer experiences, improved economics, and lower operational costs.