Last month, Ingenico launched a new series of articles, called Perspectives, looking at the expectations of different sectors from their payment experience. We started by considering the “payments menu” for the HORECA segment. Now, Christian Bwakira, Managing Director for Middle East & Africa, looks at an unpredictable and interesting slice of retail: the world of SMALL SHOPS…
Often when we talk about Financial Inclusion, we are drawn to the plight of developing countries. Africa, for example, is associated with high levels of cash use, the black economy, challenges with illiteracy and people on low incomes struggling to survive in rural areas.
How can ecosystems in payment technology surface the power and value found in the use of APIs to enrich the merchant offer and customer experience? From enabling alternative payment systems driven by QR codes to digital receipting that reduces environmental waste, joined up services driven by APIs are everywhere.
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.
Technology developments have unlocked convenience and instantaneous gain for consumers of digital goods and services, ushering us into today’s fast-paced subscription economy.
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.