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Trendspotting in the payments space

Ingenico outlines seven key trends that will have a profound impact on retail industry.

  • Tech trends
February 8, 2017

APAC’s future is both cutting-edge and steeped in tradition

by Nick Tubb, General Manager, Ingenico ePayments Asia Pacific

 

 

Nothing can be done without security

by Michel Léger, EVP Innovation, Ingenico Group

  • Security & Fraud
March 23, 2017

Cross-Border eCommerce Growth: be in the right place at the right time

by Regina Lau, Ingenico ePayments Chief Strategy Officer.

  • Payment Services
March 20, 2017

Over 150 million people will use smartphone payments by end of year

The number of people using Apple Pay, Android Pay, Samsung Pay and other forms of smartphone payments will top 150 million by the end of the year, according to figures released by Juniper Research.

  • Customer Experience
  • Group
April 21, 2017

Facebook unveils group payments in messaging app

US Facebook Messenger app users can now transfer cash to groups of people within the app.

  • Tech trends
  • Group
April 20, 2017

China’s Tencent attracts 830 million mobile payment users

According to the company, more than 800 million mobile users are on Tencent, a figure which has rapidly grown as the internet service giant taps into its WeChat messaging app user base.

  • Tech trends
  • Group
April 19, 2017

Payment service providers need to change to survive cross-border markets

With retail sales at an all-time high globally (according to data from eMarketer, total retail sales hit $22 trillion worldwide in 2016, a 6% increase from 2015), payment service providers (PSPs) will have to deliver more to the merchant acquirers than ever before.

  • Tech trends
  • Group
April 13, 2017

China shows us the future of e-commerce

China is charging ahead to the future of e-commerce, heralding a combination of mobile commerce, social commerce and entertainment commerce. 

  • Tech trends
  • Group
April 11, 2017

Chinese web stores prove popular amongst Russian shoppers

Orders from Chinese online retailers are helping Russian e-commerce hit new heights, with the market set to reach €14.85 billion in 2016.

  • Tech trends
  • Group
April 7, 2017