In today’s payments landscape, consumers and merchants have come to expect solutions that provide security and convenience when making a credit card payment. Consumers pay for items via laptops, tablets, phones, watches and even cars, and merchants must be ready to accept these types of payments if they want to remain competitive.
Moving to a cashless society means eliminating the costs associated with handling cash, reducing security risks and speeding up the transaction process which benefits both merchants and consumers. The payments industry is now positioning itself to deliver on the tremendous demand for leveraging smart devices to purchase goods and services.
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With the staggering growth of smart solutions, industries from municipalities to retailers, and everyone in between, are looking at how technology can drive a connected experience.
The payments industry plays a critical role by supplying the infrastructure that offers the payment options that consumers now expect. This trend of consolidation showcases the shift toward offering solutions that will help drive an engaged experience that consumers crave. Because of this demand, the payments industry is ramping up to better equip themselves and their merchants with a full suite of integrated solutions that can provide a seamless payment experience from the coffee shop to the manufacturing site.