Banking

Los sistemas de pago impulsan la expansión de los pagos inmediatos en Latinoamérica 

Billers

New Consumer Research Reveals Major New Cost Pressures in the Pipeline for Billers

Merchants

5 Ways Optimizing Reconciliation Boosts Merchants’  Financial Health

Merchants

Long Live Digital Payments!

Merchants

Are you Coordinating or Orchestrating Payments?

Online payments are very complex, with multiple channels, payment types, processors, service providers, unique fraud and regulations that vary in every country. In-store complexities are even greater, with payment stacks often growing organically or through acquisitions instead of strategically.

Merchants

7 Ways Payments Orchestration is a Game Changer

As payments continues to play a starring role in competitive sales strategies, merchants are increasingly turning to payments orchestration to help them build better end-to-end customer experiences and meet increasingly demanding operational KPIs.

Merchants

Payment Gateways vs. Payments Orchestration: What’s the difference, and why it matters

Payment gateways and payments orchestration both help merchants to process payments, but they operate differently and offer their own distinct advantages. Here, we explore their unique selling propositions, key benefits and considerations to help you choose the right solution for your business.

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Merchants

The Complete Guide to Merchant Payments Orchestration

Payments orchestration platforms typically provide businesses with a single place to monitor and manage multiple payment systems, payment providers and multiple payment methods, allowing merchants to offer customers a wider range of payment options, while simplifying the payment process on the back end.

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Merchants

Payments in Merchant Mobile Apps – Embed or Dead?

You cannot have mCommerce without payments What’s the point of having a mobile app if it doesn’t have payments? Redirecting consumers to make payments in a resized online form is challenging to do on a small mobile phone, especially if you are, like most people, multitasking in some way.

Merchants

Decrypting Crypto: Staying Safe With Crypto Payments

As cryptocurrency payments in the merchant sector become more established, and merchants consider offering crypto as a way to pay, they will also be asking themselves if transactions are secure enough for everyday payments.

Prime Time for Real-Time

Global Payment Trends
As the world adopts real-time payments, how does your market stand to benefit?

Banking

What is the Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA)? Final Council of the European Union Compromise Texts of the DORA Directive and the DORA Regulation

On 23 June 2022, the Council of the European Union published the consolidated version of the DORA Directive.

Merchants

New Experiences Driven by QR Codes

The use of QR codes for payments has made a giant leap forward over the past couple of years.

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Merchants

Can Grocers Survive Uberization?

Rapid grocery delivery services are proving popular with “I want it now” digital consumers.

Merchants

Making Your Mobile App More Engaging

The mobile app market is predicted to generate up to USD $950 billion by 2023. Merchants must have a mobile app to take full advantage of this growth, but so does everyone else.

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Merchants

Meet the True Enabler of Omni-Commerce

In a previous blog post, we talked about how you can share merchant tokens without worrying about PCI compliance. We closed that discussion with the promise to detail the many reasons you would share merchant tokens.

Merchants

Decrypting Crypto: Nakamoto’s Bitcoin Vision and What it Means Today for Merchants

The first online cryptocurrency transaction was recorded on May 22, 2010 – 10,000 Bitcoin for two pizzas. Worth $41 dollars at that time, those “coins” are now worth tens of millions of dollars. Since then, cryptocurrencies and digital currencies have come a long way.