Time to make PSD2 work for you

The EU Second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) is more than just a piece of regulation. It’s an opportunity for eCommerce companies to innovate, remove friction from the customer experience and better control the data that drives their businesses.

  • Customer Experience
  • Tech trends

3 Ways for Travel Companies to Lift Authorization Rates to New Heights

In this article, we take a closer look at three key elements of authorization for travel companies. Read on to discover targeted actions that you can take to optimize your acquiring set-up, helping boost conversion and generate more revenue for your business.

  • Payment Services

Less contact? Go contactless!

Find out our infography about contactless transaction and its volumes which are expected to increase dramatically following the health and hygiene crisis that COVID-19 created globally.

  • Customer Experience

Payments Strategies to Mitigate the Risk of COVID-19: Learnings from China and Asia Pacific

On 11th March 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic. At the time of writing, hundreds of thousands of lives and businesses have been affected. With multiple countries issuing bans on travel across borders and ordering shutdowns of cities and towns, many businesses are seeing the virus take its toll.

  • Customer Experience
  • Tech trends
  • Security & Fraud
  • Payment Services

Four key considerations to implement a new payment system smoothly

It’s now a cliché to say that payment options have evolved enormously over the past decade. Industry commentators have tirelessly traced the rapid and widespread adoption of contactless and digital payments, as well as the growing popularity of hybrid online and in store retail experiences like buy online and pick-up in store.

  • Payment Services

Simplifying PCI: What are the risks, and how can merchants remove the burden of compliance?

Payment Card Industry (PCI) requirements are a minefield of acronyms and, for many merchants, it can be difficult to understand exactly what they need to do to ensure they are compliant. In brief, the PCI standards are a set of security compliance frameworks that merchants must maintain in order to take physical and/or digital card payments either in store, online or on their mobile. Without PCI compliance, merchants will not be able to work with an acquirer and may also be fined by the card schemes such as Visa or Mastercard.

  • Security & Fraud