How Merchants Are Leaving Money on the Table

How Merchants Are Leaving Money on the Table

According to a survey by Statista, back in March of 2020, it was found that 88.05 percent of orders initiated online were abandoned. This simply means that the online shopper did not move forward to actually make the final purchase.  For 63% of online shoppers in the United States, the number one reason that they […]

Buy Now, Pay Later Is Accelerating With Popularity

Buy Now, Pay Later Is Accelerating With Popularity

With the already booming phenomenon of e-Commerce, coupled with the economic repercussions of the Covid-19 pandemic, more shoppers are looking to new payment options such as Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) services.  Companies such as Affirm, QuadPay, Sezzle, Klarna, and Afterpay are just a few of the BNPL options currently available. These companies allow customers […]

Good Payment Solutions Help Your Business Grow

Good Payment Solutions Help Your Business Grow

With so many moving parts to running a business, it is very common to put your payment solution on autopilot and let it do its thing from day in to day out. You may see it as simply another cog in the wheel, keeping things turning, assisting you to generate income. However, the wise thing […]

Increasing Inclination for Contactless Payments Raises Fraud Fears

Increasing Inclination for Contactless Payments Raises Fraud Fears

This year, The 2020 Fiserv Fraud and Security Survey dives into the unknown about the current pandemic and how the surge of both digital and “touchless” payments are driving cybersecurity concerns.  The survey involved 1,037 U.S. consumers from ages 18 to 74.  The Findings With the widespread infections due to COVID-19, many consumers have turned […]

The 2020 Election And Its Effect On Contactless Payments

The 2020 Election And Its Effect On Contactless Payments

The 2020 Election will either promote or reel in a band of tech companies intruding further into financial services. Depending on who voters elect for Congress in 2021 will determine how Facebook can operate as a “bank” and just how much power Google and Amazon can have over marketing, data, and e-Commerce.  The overall agreement […]