Mobile Card Services
CardAlerts / Payment Monitoring
Self Service Automation
Transaction Data Intelligence
Digital Card Services
New Customer Acquisition
OneView – Credit, Debit & Prepaid
Card Communication Manager
by Revenue Enablers
Top of Wallet
Increase Card Usage
Inactive to Active Conversion
Lower False Declines
by Profitability Enablers
Lower Fraud Costs
Lower Support Costs
by Payment Instrument
FI and Co-branded Credit Cards
by Entity Type
What 98 Pct Of Consumers Miss About Protecting Their Cards From Fraud
Why (Win Or Lose) Apple Card May Already Be Changing Payments
Why Card Replacement Is Every Bank’s ‘Moment Of Truth’
How Card-On-File Is Changing Online Consumer Shopping
Experience is the New Incentive: How Card Issuers Can Attract, Retain and Grow Customers
Consumers turn to mobile card services to manage finances
Where Consumers Turn To Personalize Their Card Spending Experiences
What Consumers Expect From Issuers And Mobile Card Services
The Mobile Card Services Report, a PYMNTS and Ondot collaboration, delves into the everyday spending habits of over 9,500 American card users.
Barclays announcement to pave the way for a new wave of "financial fitness" apps in Europe
Banking apps can and should be offering something greater, expanding beyond payments to lifestyle management. That's the kind of innovation digitally savvy consumers are increasingly demanding.
Rewards Are 'Table Stakes' – Cardholders Now Expect Experiences
There's more to consumer life than purchase history – and more to card acquisition, too. This implies that there are more pleasing perks to cardholders than rewards. Consumers want engagement and experiences...
The Ripple Effect of Fraud on Payments
Want To Win Consumer Mind (And Wallet) Share? Think Context
PYMNTS interviews Ondot about how transaction information, along with contextual and locational data signals, can be used to create a conversation with the consumer as they shop.
Payment Innovations Set To Unlock Value For Banks In 2019
We're in for another disruptive, innovation-fueled year in payments. Hold on tight.
Four digital payments trends to bank on in 2019
The Curve with Michelle Martin & Bernard Lim
Ondot launches service to disrupt FinTechs
Ondot digital card services platform launches
How The Major Breaches In 2018 Showed Us That It's Time For Consumers To Take Greater Control Of Their Cards
Why Citi is investing in tech that controls how much cardholders spend
Ondot, Citi Deal Promotes More Consumer Control Of Mobile Payments
A sense of control and security goes a long way toward building confidence, and that's especially true in payments and commerce.
INVEX Links With Ondot On Instant Digital Credit Card In Mexico
The INVEX credit card business said on Monday (Oct. 22) that it has linked with Ondot, which focuses on mobile payments, to deliver what is being billed as the first instant digital credit card in Mexico.
Paytech firm Ondot lands strategic investment from Citi Ventures
A strategic investment from Citi Ventures will help power international growth for mobile payment services specialist Ondot, reports David Penn at Finovate.
Open Banking concerns arise for payments providers
"With the Open Banking initiative and having to validate every transaction that comes, the one time password (OTP) challenge is a real one. There are 11 steps one has to go through, sometimes behind the scenes, if you’re a consumer."
Ondot On The Real-Time Data Future Of Financial Services
It's not easy to create a hub that gives consumers a real-time snapshot of their financial lives, but it's necessary. As the world (and commerce) moves more digital, spending money becomes very abstract. How that money is spent can get lost day by day, week by week, month by month.
Is there room for more banks?
As of 31st August 2018, 155 banks have been incorporated in the UK, according to the Bank of England. Specialist Banking asked brokers, banks and industry experts whether there was room for more banks or if the industry was already overcrowded.
Consumer Card Controls Could Have Prevented $11.5m ATM Heist
Most recently, Indian lender Cosmos Bank lost $11.5m after an international criminal network fraudulently withdrew funds from ATMs in 28 countries around the world. That's despite a warning from the FBI that an "ATM cashout" operation was imminent.
The rise of the payment app: I hardly use cash any more
Using a payment app to pay your friends directly or split a restaurant bill has become increasingly popular among younger generations in particular. But are they safe?
What to do when your card is not working
One simple mobile app will ease the headache of lost, stolen or simply misbehaving credit cards.
Why banks are letting consumers control their payment cards via apps
You may not have noticed, but banks and credit card companies are putting more payment controls in your hands. Literally.
Ondot offers new card protection against ATM Heist Threat
By locking the account's use at an ATM, consumers can work with their bank to ensure other security best practices are in place while knowing that even a spoofed card will be unable to withdraw cash.
Financial service, or financial partnership?
Visa and MasterCard outages are shaking public trust. Bank customers and cardholders are asking for a more active role in controlling their bank and credit cards.
Ondot's Mobile Card Controls Provide Protection to Thousands of Banks from ATM Heist Threat
US mainstream media is reporting on a FBI warning to banks of an impending cybercrime wave targeting ATMs in which thieves seek to steal millions of dollars by using cloned cards for fraudulent withdrawals.
Misplace your credit or debit card? Just turn it off for a while
"It's way better to block any fraud rather than try to clean it up afterwards,” noted one banking expert.
Industry predicts the future of banking
The rise of digital and specialist banks in recent years has provided much-needed competition for the incumbents, while initiatives such as Open Banking have opened the door for further advancement in the industry. But what are the biggest changes the industry expects to see in the future? And what innovative technology will disrupt the ecosystem?
Digital Banking Engagement Requires Giving Consumers More Control
One of the best ways to build mobile banking usage is to provide consumers more control over their mobile experience. This ranges from the integration of financial management tools to the ability to control fraud with a push of a button.
3 Ways Mobile Card Controls Provide the Ultimate Member Experience
Certain mobile tools can actively engage members from the initial card issuance through its daily use.
Take control of your card
Ondot's anti-fraud tools are increasingly on point or relevant today as credit card fraud is on the rise
Financial IT Interviews Ondot
Reducing Plastic: One Card at a Time
Banking in future: ‘it’s likely that the whole experience will be digital’
When it comes to the numbers of people switching, there are many factors at play – high levels of satisfaction with the existing bank and a reluctance to move away from the familiar, for example, while our research shows that bank product innovation and promotion are the real drivers of switching.
Cross-border transactions are low-hanging fruit for attackers
That payment processors are firmly in the cross hairs is perhaps best illustrated by the fact that 'cross-border' transactions between processors, which comprise around 50 percent of all transactions, are subject to attack rates some 30 percent higher than domestic transactions.
Ondot hands back control to the consumer
At Finovate 2018, Ondot systems showcased new and innovate mobile app features to hand back card control to the consumer. Briony Richter reports.
Crowdsourcing Your Fraud Solution
Podcast with Ondot about crowdsourcing your fraud solution.
Payments: from Cashless to Cardless
The days of plastic payment cards days are numbered. Instead, the smartphone is taking over, with apps like Amazon Prime, Uber, PayPal and other digital wallet services making the role of the traditional wallet redundant.
Delivering Premium User Journeys
Power of Payments Podcast - Episode 9
In this podcast with Ondot, new functionality, virtual wallet, the cashless society and what that means for the financially underserved consumer are covered.
Ondot to Bring its Mobile Card Controls Technology to Asia
Ondot Systems has followed up its Best of Show winning demo from FinovateMiddleEast last month with news that the company is expanding to reach even more customers around the world.
CNBC Squawk Box Covers Ondot in Asia at Money 20/20
Ondot explains Mobile Card Services to Fintech Finance
2018 Trends, Predictions and Disruptions
Coming trends that will change the dynamics of the Fintech sector in 2018
Ally Bank Receives a Gold Award for Ally Card Controls™ and Two Silver Awards for the Ally Skill(SM) in Annual Stevie® Awards for Sales & Customer Service
How do financial institutions work with consumers to detect and combat fraud from the front lines?
The Secret About Millennials? They Know How to Save
Mobile and card tools encourage daily engagement with finances.
Remote Control Banking
Customers can mobilize their debit and credit cards from their mobile banking applications
Open Banking Open Sesame? Or a can of worms?
The twentieth century witnessed a revolution in the High Street.
Radius Bank introduces card control app
Ondot Systems veut rendre les paiements homogènes, faciles et transparents! (French)
2018: The Year Consumers Take Control of Their Cards
Mobile-Based Card Controls Keep the Joy in Holiday Spending
Power in the hand that holds the card
En route vers l’open banking avec la directive PSD2 (French)
Location-Based Card Controls: Make Jetlag Your Only Travel Headache
The moment one decides to go on a vacation, they are consumed by planning for weeks before the actual trip begins. The last thing a consumer wants to think about is the fear of a credit card being declined because one is out of their usual routine and location.
NetEvents CxO Perspectives
Do-It-Yourself Credit and Debit Card Controls are the Future
With the increasing amount of data breaches, it is in a financial institutions' best interest to give consumers the power to control their financial lives – starting with credit and debit card controls.
What’s new in FinTech security?
The world was still reeling from the breadth and depth of the Equifax hack when I attended a session on Security Innovation in the FinTech Sector at last month's NetEvents Global Press & Analyst Summit in San Jose, California. The session was chaired by Global Data's Senior Analyst on Enterprise Security, Eric Parizo; and the three panellists were: Ondot's CEO, Vaduvur Bharghavan; McKinsey & Company Partner, Robert Schiff; and Technology Credit Union's SVP of Information Security, Ratnendu Mukherjee.
Your Card Has Been Compromised, Now What?
News reports have been offering consumers advice on what to do, with the suggestions ranging from freezing credit to closely watching bank statements for the next few months. But financial institutions have a much more powerful weapon to fight data breaches. This weapon is putting fraud protection in the hands of consumers with mobile-based card controls. This creates safeguards for the bank and customer while mitigating the risk of a damaging impact from the breach.
Apstra, Cohesity, Darktrace, Javelin Networks, NetFoundry, OnDot and Prof. David Cheriton triumph at NetEvents 2017 Innovation Awards
Ondot was chosen as the winner of the Hot Start-Up IoT award as a company with a global market opportunity with clear value propositions in a 'mobile first' world for both financial institutions and individual customers. In addition to enabling increased customer engagement, the advantages of personalized management and control of payments is both compelling and essential.
Why FIs need to offer their own mobile wallet
Mobile wallet adoption is finally gaining momentum with nearly one-third of Apple Pay customers now using it at least weekly. With Apple, Android and Samsung getting the jump on mobile wallets, financial institutions must act now to capitalize on the growing demand from consumers.
Tech CU launches Card Manager
Provides debit and credit card holders with real-time visibility into transactions and control over card features
Fintech products, cloud computing can help smaller banks keep up
As technology plays a larger role in banks' success, smaller institutions might be able to find ways to outmaneuver their larger, better-financed competitors.
Card Controls Let You Control Credit Card Security With Your Cellphone
A Bay Area company says the key to keeping hackers away from your credit card information may be your cellphone. It's called card controls and it’s pretty simple.
Ondot systems joins the Symitar Vendor Integration Program
VIP enables Ondot to integrate with Episys platform to automate card management tasks via mobile apps
Ondot Systems Unveils Card Control Integration Platform
The San Jose, California-based company, which won Best of Show at FinovateSpring 2014, has combined a server-side API, mobile apps, and an HTML5 framework to give FIs the ability to add card control technology to their mobile banking solutions.
Mobile Card Controls: Do-It-Yourself Fraud Management (Purchase)
Increasing Use of Card Controls in SMB Market is Reducing "Friendly Fraud"
SMB owners can set limits on purchase amounts, location where the card can be used, types of transactions and even merchant categories. In addition, through a few taps on their smartphone, they can view card activity in real time through push notifications and even turn the card off in case of misuse.
From mobile first to mobile best
As competition increases for attention in a digital banking world, financial institutions must make more digitals tools available to avoid attrition and keep the most profitable customers.
Want to increase mobile payments? Give consumers more control over their cards
The banking and payments industries are in the midst of a two decade-long migration from physical banking to mobile. Just as internet commerce has given way to mobile commerce in the retail world, banking has quickly progressed from in-person branches to internet banking to today's mobile banking surge.