The world is trying to fight the coronavirus pandemic. In North America, both the US and Canada extended directives of social distancing until the end of April. Russian President Vladimir Putin just gave everyone who is not considered essential business a week off with pay. However, as much as US President Donald Trump tries to be upbeat and claim by June 1st the economy will jump start, this is not feasible for a myriad of reasons and it is highly unlikely it will rebound by the fall of 2020.
In this bond review, Durig takes a look at a company which serves banks and retailers alike around the globe. Diebold Nixdorf (NYSE:DBD) has a full service suite of back office services, including software and hardware solutions for both banking and retail industries. With the release of its fourth quarter results, it appears as if the company is making progress towards its goals. A few highlights include:
According to the new market research report “Information Rights Management Market by Component (Solutions (Integrated with EFSS & Integrated with DLP) and Services), Organization Size (SMEs & Large Enterprises), Deployment Type (On-premises & Cloud), Vertical, and Region – Global Forecast to 2023″, The information rights management market size is expected to grow from $913.5 million in 2018 to $1.9 billion by 2023, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 15.6% during the forecast period.
A mobile wallet is payment transaction facilities which allow businesses and individuals to carry out a transaction via mobile devices. Mobile wallets can store information related to debit and credit cards, reward cards to conduct secured and fast payment transaction of various items and services. In addition, mobile wallet allows consumers to make transactions while travelling from anywhere and anytime, as well as it enables to manage their accounts easily.