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.
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.
PayFac-as-a-Service (PFaaS) allows software providers to reap the rewards of becoming a PayFac without the upfront investment of time and capital.
Automating business processes for end customers is essential to the success of growing a business. For payments, it's even more important.
Stay on trend with these four technologies that deliver the payment experiences consumers want.
How well does your payments partner address merchants’ needs in 2022?
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ACH support in your software does more than benefit your clients. It also makes your solution more attractive to users.
Digital Revolving Credit: Builds on the Pros and Reduces the Cons of Buy Now, Pay Later and Credit Cards
Digital revolving credit has emerged as an attractive Buy Now, Pay Later alternative for e-commerce merchants and their customers.
The campground and resort property management system worked to bring the outside in to combine e-commerce with brick-and-mortar POS.
Pay-at-the-Table technology provides diners with prompt, contactless service and allows the payment card to never leave customer’s sight.
Enabling ecommerce payments doesn’t have to be complex and time-consuming. Here’s how to do it without the pain.
The ideal omnichannel payments provider evolves to meet new demands, is hardware- and processor-agnostic, and prioritizes payment security.
ISVs must help their restaurant clients meet consumer demand for omnichannel restaurant experiences with the right technology.