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One of the key benefits of implementing card payments to your payment methods, is that it simplifies both the sales process and your customers’ journey.
Recurring payments are a perfect choice for both customer and merchants for these types of services that are being purchased repeatedly.
Simplifying and streamlining payment flow should be a top priority for every member of the payments chain in the industry. Easier said than done? Not this time! In this episode of Partners…
For forward-thinking business owners, adopting Open Banking infrastructure is essential.While it might be still a relatively new term, even small businesses started to embrace it. A recent survey by Ipsos MORI says…
At Straal, we strongly believe in the value of information, which later can be used as the basis for business analysis, market forecasting or economic research. Our mission is to unravel the…
One can say that this is not an obviously ideal time to run a gym-membership-based software company. But PerfectGym is unstoppable even in the age of the Pandemic. From the very beginning in 2009, it just doesn’t take no for an answer, consistently making its owners dreams come true. They’re now digitally transforming the fitness industry in 55 countries. How? Scroll down to find out!
A smart school management system that was born in Poland and it’s not going to stop. The company plans to expand its business area to the UK & the USA! Adam and his team prove that school can be both innovative and easy-manageable. Discover their incredible story in the #3 episode of our Merchants to Follow series.
The second payment directive (PSD2) is a directive regulating payment services across EU countries. It is not only designed to improve the security of transactions, but also, in many cases, to provide a greater convenience for customers and increased conversions for merchants. Although some aspects of PSD2 were enforced over 2 years ago, its provisions for merchants and banks regarding SCA started being applied from early 2021.
Whilst Black Friday and Cyber Monday, or “Black Friday Weekend and Cyber Week” do not mean as much as, say, 2-3 years ago and according to experts in 2020 we’re experiencing “the lockdown effect” which means lower interest and less overall spend, the pre-x-mas shopping spree is still among the key determinants of the thickness of your top line. Even if you sell digital goods or subscription plans. Here’s how to – in the realm of intangible merchandise – make the most of all holiday season sales even though this time – due to the COVID-19 – is going to be like no other.