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Low-Code/No-Code promotes collaboration and significantly increases the number of people in organizations empowered to contribute to cloud transformation.
If you haven’t adopted low-code development already, here are four ways to ensure your business benefits.
Here's how SaaS providers in the subscription management and billing industry can avoid a fragmented network of payment gateways, banks, and other providers.
Security teams struggle to resource the people and the skills necessary to keep their organizations safe. No-Code can help.
The industry is trending toward seamless, even invisible, payment experiences that take care of transactions behind the scenes with little effort on the customer’s part.
Software developers should keep the following four trends in mind when it comes to securing their solutions.
Merchants need real solutions to growing cybersecurity threats.
Both markets are growing, but so are the list of challenges that solution providers need to help retailers and restauranteurs address – while avoiding costly pitfalls.
Datacap Systems, PAX Technology Join Forces to Provide Multi-Processor Attended and Unattended Solutions
Partners can now offer a variety of modern Android-based PAX hardware solutions that plug and play with Datacap’s industry-standard “one-to-many” payments platform.
Low-code has matured considerably over the past couple of years to offer developers a proven and exceptionally powerful force multiplier—when used to its potential.
PayFac-as-a-Service (PFaaS) allows software providers to reap the rewards of becoming a PayFac without the upfront investment of time and capital.
Is rip and replace really the best strategy for your clients? See what requiring that they use new devices can do to their businesses and the environment.
Automating business processes for end customers is essential to the success of growing a business. For payments, it's even more important.
Attack vectors multiply as threat actors explore new ways into systems and to access data.