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Trust me, I remain a payment terminal!

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.

  • Customer Experience
  • Tech trends
August 3, 2021

Pay on Mobile, a game changer for merchants?

We all know that when it comes to business, standing still is never a good option. If the last year has taught us anything, it’s that reinventing the shopping experience remains the golden ticket for small merchants as well as big retailers.

Why Android is the future of POS

Android has become a hot topic in the area of acceptance in the payments industry. Indeed, the question is no longer ‘if', but ‘when’ the market will be shifting in significant volumes to the new platform. But what are the benefits of Android, and how can banks, acquirers, and merchants, gain real value from it?

Africa's secret of turning a POS terminal into a new source of revenue

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.

The ‘Quiet’ Rise of the API

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.

Eco-designing payment terminals: a fundamental pillar of your Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy

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.

  • Payment Services
June 30, 2021