Part of the Open Banking Story
Open Banking has the power to inspire a better relationship between consumers and businesses through finance. As Trustly is one of the leading voices in Open Banking, you're welcome to learn from and engage with us.
Navigate the Open Banking maze
With its popularity growing amongst consumers, Open Banking Payments are expected to grow by more than 460% by 2024*. Better UX and reduced costs being the main drivers, many merchants in the UK are starting to add it to their payment mix. But, there are several limitations when it comes to various Open Banking service providers and what they can offer.
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*Juniper Opportunities, Challenges & Market Forecasts 2020-2024
Open Banking explained
Ever wanted to know what Open Banking is and what it can do for your business? What does the consumer stand to gain from it? Read about all this and more.
Unlocking the True Value of Bank Payments
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How to shop for the right bank payments offering
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Four key payments changes in the travel industry post-COVID with Mike Parkinson
Before the pandemic, there were a lot of predictions for how account-to-account payments would almost double in the next 3 years. But then, a little thing known as COVID-19 happened, rocking entire industries to the core. Especially the travel industry. Obviously this has meant that some predictions need to be updated, but I want to share with you four key trends that have been accelerated thanks to the pandemic.
Implementing a Streaming Data Pipeline
I originally intended this blog post to be quite technical and only focus on a few explicit engineering challenges we faced and how we solved them. But I soon realized that it would not make much sense if I did not describe the context a bit more.
New horizons for consumers, but business travel will lag behind
A Bloomberg survey of 45 large businesses in the US, Europe and Asia shows that 84% plan to spend less on travel post-pandemic. The Global Business Travel Association says spending on corporate trips is set to shrink by as much as 15%. For online travel agencies, there is a need to adapt to pivot their business and focus more on leisure travel.