Sep 22, 2016
We are now just one month away from Money20/20, a conference and trade show billed as “the world’s largest payments & financial services innovation event.” Now in its fourth year, the show has grown to more than 10,000 attendees, 500+ exhibitors and about 125 educational sessions. This will be my third year presenting and moderating at the event, with our research helping to cover the household bill pay component of the broader payments market that will be on exhibit.
This year, I will be hosting a session entitled Transforming the Bill Consolidation Market: Research & New Entrants. Read more »
Dec 15, 2015
What is the most loathed household task for Americans? It turns out that it is cleaning bathrooms. The second most common response, however, was paying bills. In fact, 32% of the 2,000 consumers we surveyed had missed a payment due date in the last year, most often because they simply forgot to pay. Stress plays a significant role in why consumers dislike paying bills.
These insights came from research that we conducted earlier this Fall in preparation for Money20/20, Read more »
Jun 23, 2015
Mint Bills has a new business model for billers who want to offer customers mobile bill pay.
We have been following Mint Bills since it was a fast-growing startup named Pageonce, when it rebranded to Check, and when Intuit acquired the company and later rebranded it to Mint Bills. We recently caught up with Steve Schultz, General Manager of the Biller Network for Mint Bills, to discuss how the company is doing with its new identity and expanded support structure, as well as to discuss its new business model for billers.
First off, tell us how things have been going since the acquisition and rebranding last year?
Check was already growing fast ahead of the acquisition by Intuit and rebranding to Mint Bills. It’s been about a year now and our metrics have doubled in most categories, including payment volume, payments, payers, and accounts. This is only partially from biller growth. We also have Read more »
Dec 16, 2014
Recent Intuit acquisition Check will now be known as Mint Bills.
When the mobile bill pay company’s acquisition was announced earlier this year, Check co-founder and CEO Guy Goldstein noted that his team looked forward to merging their “talent, mobile mindset and spirit of innovation with Intuit to build products that delight consumers and become a part of their everyday financial lives.” This rebranding helps to publicly solidify that intent to integrate the services.
Intuit has simultaneously used this opportunity to refresh the Mint logo, with each of its products having a subtle difference in the colored line in the leaf to distinguish them from one another. Read more »