Down and out in London… and Brussels For almost 2 years now, wherever I go, I have been using an NFC-enabled payments ring for all my low value card purchases. Swooshing my way through the London Underground without needing an oyster or debit card is as satisfying today as it was on my very first go. Now that I reflect on my experience, it has occurred to me that only once in maybe 1,500 transactions, did anyone ever challenge me as to whether it was a legitimate method of payment.
Discover how Worldline through Ingenico has managed to significantly reduce the environmental footprint of its payment terminals through its eco-design approach, at the heart of its CSR strategy.
The eco-design of payment terminals is not a “nice-to-have” anymore. It is an obligation for every sustainable and responsible company. At Ingenico, a Worldline brand, we have put in place an innovative and preventive product-oriented approach to protecting the environment. Being the leader in payments starts with an eco-responsible attitude.
In today’s fast-moving world, convenience and security are essential to success in payment. This has become even more relevant in the face of unpredicted challenges posed by the post-COVID ecosystem we now find ourselves in. Many behaviours have been impacted by the crisis, compelling consumers and merchants to move away from the physical world of commerce. In this article, we will focus on the Polish market, where these changes have been clearly demonstrated through dedicated studies.
The evolution of the next generation of payment terminals has seen the Android operating system emerge as the front runner in the race for innovation. But what are the drivers for this momentum, and why is Android gaining traction?
Hernán Moya, Marketing Director, Iberia for Terminals, Solutions & Services at Worldline, considers four key reasons why Android is making such a significant difference in the world of payment…
Checking your payment terminals for a safe and fast checkout from lockdown.
As efforts to combat the global pandemic continue, merchants, restaurants and service providers, including those who have been closed for a number of months, are preparing for a gradual reopening of the retail and hospitality sectors.
To define the most effective checkout conversion tips, we’ve conducted extensive research in user experience. The following actions can come in handy especially since online cart abandonment rates are at a staggering 69% globally. Overcoming obstacles in the conversion funnel - especially at the payment stage - is crucial for online merchants if they want to maximise their potential revenue.