Ingenico Experts / Shaping the future of payment
Twelve years after the launch of Amazon Prime, the e-commerce giant is introducing Amazon Key, which will allow the company’s couriers to enter a customer’s home and leave a package safely inside.
by Sylvain De Sa Costa, Ingenico’s Connectivity Solution Manager
Commuters in Guangzhou with UnionPay cards can now pay for their ride via their iPhone or Apple Watch at over 6,000 subway gates.
Cash has long been king in Latin America, but e-payments are quickly picking up speed as locals are lured in by the ease of digital shopping.
Mobile commerce will account for almost half (48.5%) of all online sales by 2020
The transaction value of India’s mobile payments will jump from 22.5 trillion rupees ($344 billion) in 2017 to 328 trillion ($5 trillion) in 2020, according to telecom operator Aircel.