Our ninth milestones report entitled The Digital Economy reveals the growing preference for digital payments in Australia.
Our eighth milestones report entitled The Digital Economy reinforces that individuals and businesses are abandoning cheques and cash at a record rate as they embrace digital payments.
Our seventh Milestones Report shows that the decline in cheque and cash use continues to accelerate as Australians embrace digital payments.
Our sixth Milestones Report shows that the drop in cheque use in the 12 months to June 2016 is the greatest annual drop in the last decade.
Our fifth Milestones Report shows that the growing digital economy is accelerating the decline in cheque use.
Our fourth Milestones Report, shows Australian consumers are continuing to move away from cheques and cash in favour of cards and other electronic payments.
Our third Milestones Report released today, shows that as with cheques Australian consumers are increasingly giving up cash in favour of cards, mobiles and online solutions.
Our second Milestones Report on the transition of Australian payments to the digital economy shows that the rapid decline in cheque use is continuing as electronic alternatives become more convenient.
We released today the first in a series of planned reports on the transition of Australian payments to the digital economy. The report is part of an industry action plan to manage the decline of cheques.
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