Merchants stories - Page 2
Why more software companies need to move into payments
Australian software companies are being urged to integrate payments into their services to keep up with global competitors.
PayTo is the future of payments - but who needs to know about it, and how will they benefit?
Despite years of innovation and positive changes in the way businesses take funds from their customers, managing payments can still be a headache.
PXP Financial partners DisputeHelp management platform
The partnership will provide an end-to-end dispute management platform across all payment schemes for their merchant portfolio.
Airwallex launches an online payments app on Shopify
Airwallex launches online payments app on Shopify, allowing merchants to accept global payments through a variety of methods.
Zonos appoints Tyson Hackwood as APAC general manager
Tyson Hackwood joins Zonos as APAC GM to scale cross-border tech amid growing demand from brands seeking international sales.
Harnessing digital innovations to maximise loyalty programmes and improve CX
When it comes to the retail sector, merchants have never had access to so many different client touchpoints and data to understand their customers better.
Loyalty Now appoints Anurag Vasisth as group CEO
Anurag Vasisth has been appointed as group CEO of Loyalty and Rewards International, leading the company into its next phase of growth.
Loyalty Now appoints Anurag Vasisth as Group CEO of Loyalty & Rewards International (LRI)
Loyalty Now has named Anurag Vasisth as Group CEO, who will lead the company responsible for CLO SaaS and merchant services and global expansion.
Nexio partners with Chargebacks911 to enhance payment platform
This alliance means that Nexio will now utilise Chargebacks911’s end-to-end dispute management offering, while also reaping results for its merchants.
QuickFee launches payments platform, improves profitability
QuickFee Limited has announced the completion and launch of its proprietary payments platform, QUBE, and subsequent improvement to operating profitability.
Xero partners with Shopify to help support small businesses
Cloud-based accounting software platform Xero has announced that it will partner with Shopify to help better support small businesses.
BigCommerce makes first acquisition since going public
BigCommerce intends to leverage Feedonomics to expand the number of global marketplace and advertising channels for merchants.
BigCommerce jumps into open data integration with Google, Twilio & others
Open data is the way forward for online commerce, according to BigCommerce, which has launched a new product suite based on open data integrations.
DataMesh tech cuts transaction costs with least cost routing
DataMesh Group has developed a capability to automatically apply least cost routing technology to Australia's debit card payment system.
NGINX raises US$43 Million to accelerate enterprise application modernisation
NGINX raises £31m Series C led by Goldman Sachs, targets enterprise microservices growth.
How businesses can prepare their contact centre for a bot/AI environment
AI in contact centres boosts service as firms adapt to tech demands.
How speech analytics can improve outcomes in the contact centre
Taking a look at how speech analytics technologies can be used in the contact centre to improve customer service and B2C interactions.
$534m lost in 2016 as credit card fraudsters ditched the plastic & moved online
Physical credit card fraud is on the decline as online fraud takes its place, according to new statistics from the Australian Payments Network.
Payment tech firm aims turned credit card declines into revenue
Adyen launches RevenueAccelerate, an automated tool to increase credit card approval rates, aiming to turn failed transactions into revenue.
Kiwi firm pulls off US partnership - Mako Networks
Mako Networks is helping Aperia Solutions chart a new direction, following a new partnership agreement with the company.
Kiwis grabbing gifts online this xmas
GrabOne predicts online retailers will profit this Christmas as more New Zealanders purchase gifts online.
From Auckland to the world: Mako Networks’ global ambition
A billion-dollar opportunity beckons for North Shore-based Mako Networks...
Groupon grows global customer base
Deal of the day website announces increased customer base but mixed financial report for the second quarter.
400 EFTPOS machines cut off
As Paymark disconnects around 400 EFTPOS machines from its network, Viaduct issues a fresh warning to merchants.