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Gamers’ Real-Time Demands: More Challenging than NG+

November 14, 2017

Gamers want real-time offers and micro-transactions — but only if they are useful. This is a key finding from The Psychology of Waiting, a survey of 2,000 US consumers conducted by VansonBourne and sponsored by VoltDB. Almost 85% of consumers play online games and/or mobile games; approximately 44% of the world’s internet population plays some […]

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The New Speed of Finance — Fraud Detection and Real-Time Expectations

November 01, 2017

Consumer finances today largely exist online. More than 60% of consumers reported using a banking website and mobile app, according to The Psychology of Waiting survey, commissioned by VoltDB and conducted by VansonBourne. 19% reported using an investment app as well. However, the survey reveals that as finances become digital, consumers expect their banks to […]

How Millennials are Transforming Waiting

October 20, 2017

Millennials are at the forefront of influencing change across multiple industries. From Applebee’s to Harley’s, real-estate to football, millennials are changing how the economy works. Following basic economic principles, if you don’t meet the demands of this generation, your industry could lag behind. Of these demands, none other are more satirized or ridiculed than the […]

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Achieving Immediacy: Operating in a Real-Time World

October 11, 2017

We recently commissioned a survey of 2, 000 consumers, examining what ‘real-time’ means to end-users and the potential implications of making customers wait. We dug into the various industries where real-time experiences are crucially important: gaming, advertising, telecommunications and banking. And while it was no surprise that consumer patience is short, 71 percent of respondents […]

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