New Dimensions of Change: Building Trust in a Digital Consumer Landscape

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In a report sponsored by TransUnion, The Economist Intelligence Unit recently set out to discover the perceived impacts of emerging technologies on fraud prevention, economic inclusion and consumer privacy. By surveying more than 1600 executives across 12 countries, this research presents insights into the way companies are managing growth and risk, and highlights common long-term digital initiatives for fostering consumer trust.

The survey’s key findings tell a story of how businesses view the future of digital transactions – from strengthened data protection and privacy regulations to the growing presence of biometric innovations and artificial intelligence. It also sheds light on the future of digital commerce and how super-apps and digital wallets will contribute to its evolution.

Read this white paper for the complete survey results and to find out what executives around the globe have deemed “essential to business survival.

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