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Supercharging EVs through payments

2020 was a great year for electric car adoption in the UK, with plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) and battery electric vehicles (BEVs) accounting for over one in ten cars sold. Like it or not, the electric vehicle (EV) revolution is coming and every watt of power that charges an EV will need to be paid for.

  • Payment Services

Enabling business agility with Android

In the past few years, innovation, speed and agility have increasingly become the watchwords for merchants. During this time they have seen consumers’ purchasing behaviour change as the lines between in-store, online and mobile shopping have blurred. And at the same time they have gone through their own digital transformation, upgrading the front office to enable these new customer experiences and also updating the back office, to manage inventory, accounting and other business services on a daily basis.

  • Customer Experience
  • Tech trends
  • Payment Services

Android, payments and VAS services: Moneynet chooses Ingenico Android and TaaS solution!

Ingenico, a Worldline brand and global leader in payments, is pleased to announce its new partnership with Moneynet, the Italian Payment Institute. With over 6.6 million Android payment terminals sold worldwide, Ingenico is delighted that Moneynet has chosen its Android smart terminals to accept digital payments and provide value-added services to its customers.

  • Customer Experience
  • Payment Services

Mitigating financial crime in a COVID-19 world

The pandemic has brought about unprecedented changes in the world of payments and the way customers consume goods.

  • Security & Fraud
  • Payment Services

Breaking down Brexit’s biggest challenges for online cross-border merchants

Sales in and out of the UK include new restrictions and additional intra-regional fees as a result of Brexit. Read on for insights into what this means for merchants in the UK and the EU, and five approaches merchants can take to deal with the new measures.

  • Security & Fraud
  • Payment Services

How retailers are adapting to more connected grocery consumers

In an increasingly faster and changing society, key drivers to customer satisfaction are convenience, speed and efficiency.

In grocery retail, the old model of online versus offline is no longer a relevant distinction. This is because today’s connected consumers shop for their groceries in an entirely different way, as they feel they should no longer be impeded by the limitations of any touchpoint. After all, while shopping for products and services, consumers do not think about channels, they simply expect a smooth buying experience.

  • Customer Experience
  • Payment Services