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Why Brazilian ecommerce grew 18% last year and is not slowing down

In Brazil, ecommerce transactions surged in 2020 and while the pandemic accelerated this ongoing trend, underlying market developments and consumer behavior support the country is primed for extended growth. We spoke with our Executive Managing Director Latin America, Daniel Passarelli, for his insight into the factors that will continue Brazil’s growth pattern. 

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From Freemium to Premium: Boosting Conversion Rates with the Right Payment Strategy

Technology developments have unlocked convenience and instantaneous gain for consumers of digital goods and services, ushering us into today’s fast-paced subscription economy.

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Ingenico accelerates the deployment of innovative solutions for merchants with Moby-PIN, its PCI certified SPoC solution

Ingenico, a Worldline brand, strengthens its leadership position in the mobile POS market with the certification of its PIN-on-Mobile solution, complementing the Moby product line. Ingenico is part of Worldline since October, 2020.

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Ready to turn more e-viewers into lifetime fans of your business?

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.

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Time to turn more virtual classmates into lifetime learners

The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed many of us into virtual learners.

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Turn more users into buyers for your cloud service business

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.

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