Mit der Verbreitung von Smartphones, schnellen Übertragungstechnologien und der Digitalisierung von Geschäftsprozessen erhält das bargeldlose Bezahlen einen enormen Schub. Banken, Kartenanbieter, Telekommunikationsunternehmen, FinTechs und Internetunternehmen positionieren sich neu. Disruptive Veränderungen wie PSD2, Instant Payments, Blockchain-Technologie etc. werden sich nicht nur auf die Finanzbranche, sondern auch auf den Handel und das tägliche Kundenverhalten auswirken. Mit diesem Herausgeberband erscheint das erste auf die verschiedenen Aspekte der Digital Payments ausgerichtete Fachbuch. Darin werden die aktuellen Entwicklungen im Bereich der Digital Payments, neue Geschäftsmodelle und -prozesse sowie zukünftige Anwendungsfelder vorgestellt. Außerdem werden Anforderungen und Potenziale diskutiert, die sich aus einer intelligenten Datennutzung im Zahlungsverkehr ergeben. Es erwartet Sie ein Buch zu einem der derzeit spannendsten Themen in der Wirtschaft.
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There´s never been a shortage of advice on managing your money, clearing debt, being canny with your cash and getting the best deals. But it can be hard work, and everyone seems to be saying something different. What if you could easily cut through all the rhetoric and noise and everything could be made straightforward? In The Money Revolution , banking entrepreneur, and founder of award winning Starling Bank, Anne Boden shines a spotlight on how we save, spend and invest our money. By adopting a few new behaviours, it´s possible to transform your bank balance for the better. The Money Revolution breaks through the traditional thinking about money and what you´ve always been told you should expect from financial institutions. Sharing the benefits of smart banking, fintech solutions and the advantages of open banking, it covers a range of financial solutions, from savings and investments to pensions, bill payments and travel money. Find out everything you need to know to get the best out of your money every day.
Penguin presents the audiobook edition of Blockchain Revolution by Don and Alex Tapscott, read by John Chancer. The definitive audiobook on how the technology behind bitcoin and cryptocurrency is changing the world - majorly expanded with new material on cryptoassets, icos, smart contracts, digital identity and more.Blockchain is the ingeniously simple technology behind Bitcoin. But it is much more than that. It is a public ledger to which everyone has access but which no single person controls. It enables companies and individuals to collaborate with an unprecedented degree of trust and transparency. It is cryptographically secure but fundamentally open. And soon it will be everywhere. In Blockchain Revolution, Don and Alex Tapscott reveal how this game-changing technology will shape the future of the world economy, dramatically improving everything from health-care records to online voting and from insurance claims to royalty payments. Brilliantly researched and highly accessible, this is the essential text on the next major paradigm shift. Listen to it or be left behind. 1. Language: English. Narrator: John Chancer. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/pauk/001755/bk_pauk_001755_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
You´ve probably heard of bitcoin, probably as a means of payment for shady business deals. Bitcoin is about to get a lot more legit as the ways of ensuring cyber security and trust become more and more evolved. Alex Tapscott, author of Blockchain Revolution, joins us to talk about this emerging technology that´s about to be adapted to all aspects of our online lives. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dave Summers. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/amai/000389/bk_amai_000389_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Customer-centric, market-driven solutions for fixing America´s broken healthcare system-from one of the industry´s most innovative thought leaders. Healthcare accounts for one-fifth of the U.S. economy. Everyone agrees that our current system is broken and needs repair. It must cost less, tackle chronic disease, and shift resources away from acute and specialty treatments into care management, behavioral health, and health promotion. The issue isn´t what to do. It´s how to do it. The answers lie in customer-driven reform, enlightened governmental regulation, and full-risk payment models that reward quality outcomes, service excellence, and efficient operations. Customers are demanding more value. In response, enlightened health companies are reconfiguring business models to deliver appropriate, accessible, holistic, reliable, and affordable care. According to this new model, caregivers inform and engage patients; payers reward health companies that deliver great outcomes and great service at competitive prices; health plans strive to keep their members as healthy as possible; investors fund innovative companies whose products and services delight customers; health companies employ liberating technologies that enhance system-wide access, fairness, safety, compassion, and affordability. In The Customer Revolution in Healthcare, top healthcare consultant and strategist David W. Johnson explains how aligning economic incentives with patient needs will deliver better outcomes at lower costs with superior customer service. The market will be won by disruptive, bottom-up, and customer-centric competitors who will deliver kinder, smarter, and cheaper care-to all.
In 1764, Britain imposed the first of several taxes with the Sugar Act. This was followed by the Stamp Act and the Townshend Revenue Act. In 1773, the Seven Years War with France had made Britain the greatest power on earth. But the war had doubled her national debt; interest payments alone consumed 5/8ths of Britain´s annual budget. To ease this burden, Britain made a fateful blunder: she decided to impose and enforce taxes upon the American colonies. In 1776, the 13 American colonies, refusing to pay unjust taxes, declared their independence from Britain. The resulting years of war are called the American Revolution. On October 19, 1781, Lord Cornwallis surrendered at Yorktown. The 13 colonies had won the war. The colonies would now become the United States of America; but their conflicts with Britain were not over. Together, the 13 colonies set out to create something new under the sun: a government that derived its just authority from the consent of the governed. To understand this unparalleled event, it is necessary to explore the character and ideas of the 18th Century Americans. Many founding fathers believed the real American Revolution was not war with Britain, but the revolution in ideas that preceded and caused the war. From 1760 to 1775, in the course of 15 years, many Americans were transformed from loyal subjects into rebels against Britain. What vision caused them to rebel? How faithfully did they follow it? 1. Language: English. Narrator: George C. Scott. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/001731/bk_blak_001731_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.