Why do so many businesses with an online presence trust tokenization to help protect sensitive card information—and reduce the scope and costs of PCI DSS compliance?
Sally Beauty is renowned for their wide array of beauty products and efficient customer service. As the pandemic took hold, they were able to quickly adapt to the dramatic shift online—while retaining the quality of service that’s at the heart of their business.
Why the rise of buy-now-pay-later could be a trend that’s here to stay.
In the battle for consumer attention, letting customers choose how they pay has emerged as a crucial differentiator.
One of the world’s leading hospitality groups, Accor, maintains the smooth, frictionless payment experiences their customers love while complying with PSD2 and its Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) requirements.
Most businesses with an online presence use tokenization to help protect sensitive card information during transactions—but did you know that payment tokenization also has the power to help boost your revenue?
From machine learning to tokenization, merchants are now using a range of methods to safely improve authorization rates.
Despite globalization, there are significant differences in the way people like to shop and pay in different markets. Understanding these differences can give you a vital edge.