Ingenico Insight is here! In all my years in product management, this is probably the most excited I’ve been about an upcoming product launch. The team at Ingenico is about to take a massive step forward when it comes to payment management. We have relied on basic dashboards for more than a decade to provide us with an overview of payment data and they have served our merchant users well, but I believe it’s time for a new evolution in payments.
For too long online businesses have had to rely on basic dashboards for insight into their business performance. At Ingenico we believe that more is needed.
Long before the days of COVID-19, shopping in-store had ceased to be a stand-alone experience. Online retail had been rapidly evolving to sit alongside it, creating an omnichannel environment that combines the digital and the physical. However, since UK-wide lockdown and restrictions on movement took effect earlier this year, online retail has shot through the roof – increasing to an unprecedented 2.34 billion by June 2020 - meaning that customers are much more adept at navigating ecommerce stores and combining the two experiences.
Whether you prefer the latest Netflix true crime series or would rather settle down in front of your favorite musical on Disney+, online and over-the-top (OTT) streaming services are booming with lockdowns occurring all over the world. The quality and range of experiences on offer to customers has never been greater.
The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed many of us into virtual learners.
Many online service businesses have seen dramatic swings in demand as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. In contrast, providers of cloud-based services – including software-as-a-service (SaaS) and infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) – have experienced relative stability. In its latest subscription economy report, Ingenico’s subscription partner Zuora notes that software companies have seen a ‘limited impact’ overall from the pandemic. Unsurprisingly, communication and collaboration services have performed well, with the former growing 1.4X.