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Payment
An inside look: The State of Australian Payments 2022
Over the last three decades, the manner in which individuals spend and send money has been changing as a direct result of the emergence of new technologies.
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Mobile wallet
Is Australia ready to go cashless? New survey reveals Aussies embracing mobile wallets
More than half of Australians are comfortable with the idea of a completely cashless society, according to new research. 
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MYOB
Why Kiwis are excited about a cashless future
MYOB did a survey which found that New Zealand could become cashless by 2028.
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Xero
Xero to streamline bank feed system next week
Xero is hinting at new changes to its bank feeds system that could eliminate all paper application forms, manual checks and accuracy checking.
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Payment gateways
AU Fintechs vs banks: A knife edge in the cashless economy
“It’s much easier for the banks to invest in innovation, than for fintech startups to convince consumers they can keep their money and data safe. It’s really the banks’ game to lose.” 
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Small Business / SMB
How SMBs can overcome the hurdle of cash flow
For small business owners maintaining a decent cash flow is fundamental to staying afloat.
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MYOB
Kiwis, it's time to ditch the loose change and go cashless, says MYOB
Ten years from now cash and ATMs as we know them could be extinct as the cashless economy becomes well entrenched in everyday life.
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MYOB
Going cashless to end the black economy: MYOB supports Aus Govt findings
The Black Economy Taskforce released the findings from its recent report that it will tackle large cash payments.
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Cloud
Cashless transactions, Cloudscene, and the Malaysian data center market in 2018
Cloudscene is the world’s largest directory of co-location data centers, cloud service providers and network fabrics.
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Internet of Things
Auckland Night Noodle Market goes cashless
There will be an estimated 400,000 individual transactions across the events in Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington...