Prepare your business for market changes and growing customer needs by staying up-to-date with next-generation technology. New systems and methods simplify payment processing and boost benefits, allowing you to cross everything from ensuring high availability to securely storing data off your To Do list.
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Are you prepared to succeed in the modern payments industry?
Financial institutions that want to deliver a positive, reliable experience for their customers must aim for high standards in card processing. Recent studies underline the vital role debit and credit cards currently play in the wider payments landscape — they’re the transaction method of choice for many consumers.Click to read the rest of the blog
Is a global real-time payments system possible?
The payments industry is going through a period of widespread, exciting change. From the launch of new real-time platforms such as RTP in the US and New Payments Platform (NPP in Australia, to the enablement of new services and providers via PSD2 and open banking in Europe, there are key developments underway all over the world.Click to read the rest of the blog
How cloud-based flexibility can give payment businesses the edge?
As financial services organizations hunt for vital competitive advantages in the increasingly demanding payments sector, use of cloud technology could be a key differentiator. Deploying applications in the cloud enables the flexibility so many businesses are looking for, and the challenges involved in adopting this technology are being steadily overcome.Click to read the rest of the blog
Trust Matters - Why Banks Are Well Placed to Benefit from Open Banking
Open banking is appearing in many countries, with the biggest adoption happening in Europe as a result of the EU’s Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2). But with it comes a range of concerns that the opening up of banking data to third-party providers will leave traditional banks vulnerable to faster-moving, innovative new competitors.Click to read the rest of the blog
High availability in banking - why it matters more than ever
Banks are devoting huge resources to improving their digital services - but they must not overlook the underlying infrastructure needed to deliver these offerings. Today's financial services sector, much like almost every other part of the modern world, needs to operate in a 24/7 environment. And this means you need to be available to your customers whenever they want, wherever they are, and on whatever channel they prefer to interact with.Click to read the rest of the blog