PayGlobe is an Italian company specialising in solutions for the management of payments and integration of loyalty and CRM through a multi-acquiring system. Ingenico, a Worldline brand, is the largest European player in payment services. Working together, both companies leveraged their payments expertise to support the needs of Mondo Convenienza stores, a leading Italian chain of large-scale distribution of furniture and furnishing accessories.
There is no doubt that the quick service restaurant (QSR) industry took a huge hit during 2020 and 2021, as COVID-19 saw complete closures and the sudden need to shift all or most of sales online and those that stayed open had to adapt to social distancing and contactless payments.
With eCommerce becoming the main element of physical retailers’ strategies, and the COVID-19 pandemic shifting customers' shopping habits from on-site to online, the landscape for Connected Retail is more prospective than ever.
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.
Technology developments have unlocked convenience and instantaneous gain for consumers of digital goods and services, ushering us into today’s fast-paced subscription economy.
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.