In a market with growth potential such as Portuguese e-commerce, it’s crucial to meet consumers’ expectations at the checkout point by offering the top 3 local payments.
As e-commerce grows, so does the consumer’s expectation for a seamless payment experience. Secure transactions top customers’ concerns, and merchants must warrant solutions to reduce or avoid data breach, such as tokenization.
In e-commerce, chargeback plays a decisive role in building a trustworthy relationship with customers. To maintain it and to ensure your business’ growth, it’s crucial to address legitimate chargebacks and frauds.
Data breach impacts the entire payment ecosystem, with consequences for consumers, companies and financiers. At a time when online transactions are skyrocketing, merchants must warrant security solutions and procedures, such as PCI compliance, to convert visits into sales.
In Brazil, digital banks are gaining ground and retaining new customers by the millions. They top Brazil’s unicorn companies and contribute to financial inclusion index, but in the midst of the Coronavirus outbreak, it becomes even more noticeable their success.
Covid-19 outbreak is driving a change in the global payment landscape, making the adoption of alternative payment methods inevitable. They are a must-have for merchants to keep on selling during the pandemic crisis.
Everything everywhere is rapidly evolving at the pace of the pandemic, e-commerce included. Consumers are diverting their time and money, and merchants must be prepared to deal with this impact.
Peru is a market experiencing rapid change towards a more digital era. We look at how this is reflected in their two most popular online payment methods.
As Colombian e-commerce is steady growing, merchants must meet the consumer’s expectations across the entire business chain, including the top payment methods.
Chileans are shopping more and more on international sites but still prefer local payment methods. Are you familiar with the three most popular payments in Chile?