‘Tis the season for retailers to be jolly... if they have the right payment infrastructure in place

One of the most important retail sales events of the year, Black Friday, is just around the corner. The Covid-19 pandemic forced the last two holiday shopping seasons solely online with mixed results; however, the prospect of a hybrid shopping experience both high street and online should translate into a surge for Black Friday 2021. It is vital for retailers to ensure their payment infrastructure is capable of processing the latest payments types, to provide customers with a quick, frictionless and seamless experience.

Retailers: Are you ready for the busiest online holiday shopping season ever?

This year’s peak season is expected to be the biggest ever. Is your e-commerce store ready? To capitalise on such opportunities, merchants should ensure the payment experience runs as smoothly as possible for their consumers and act as an efficient conversion tool. Find out some recommendations from our e-Retail specialists at Worldline.

How Open Banking is transforming online payments

The concept of ‘Open Banking’ aims to open up that data and therefore redefine the way consumers, businesses and banks work together through application programming interfaces (APIs) so that third parties can offer new financial services – provided the customer consents of course. But how can online businesses unlock the true potential of Open Banking?