How can payment solutions be changed into a driver of sustainable development and corporate social responsibility (CSR)? While more and more companies in the retail sector are adopting solidarity rounding, allowing customers to make micro-donations when they pay, other solutions are also emerging to create social value from payment transactions, while reducing the carbon footprint linked to the purchasing act.
At Ingenico ePayments, we help people put their business dreams into action. Across Europe, we pride ourselves in working with companies throughout the entire growth trajectory – from eCommerce startups with a big dream, to visionary entrepreneurs breaking barriers and larger businesses expanding internationally or exploring new digital ground.
Having held several senior management roles at Ingenico ePayments, Mike Goodenough has been appointed as General Manager for the EMEA region. His appointment comes at a time when the payments landscape is evolving at breakneck speeds and it’s never been more important to stay ahead of the curve.
We spoke with Mike to learn about his strategic vision for the future of payments in this diverse region.
Because of the complexity of authorization, there’s no one-size-fits-all approach that works for everyone. A well thought out strategy, one that considers authorization on a micro and macro level, is crucial to ensuring transactions don’t fall at the final hurdle.
By Lee Jones – Director of Sales and Business Development, Ingenico Enterprise Retail
Vincent Ducrohet – Vice-President of Strategy, Product, Offer Management and Marketing for Ingenico Enterprise Retail and our guest Christophe Bourbier – Chairman and CEO of Limonetik share their insights on payments innovation.