Welcome to the March issue of IQ, your monthly e-newsletter from Worldpay, keeping you in the picture regarding “all things payments”.
Read here for important news about the Mastercard Dispute Resolution and how they will change the way they handle disputes and Mastercard Symbol Branding on Physical and Digital Acceptance Sites.
In the UK there is increasing awareness of the decline of cash transactions, but what can we learn from around the world?
Gen Z, born between 1996 and 2006, have grown up with 24/7 internet access, social media, and instant chat on their smartphones. As a result they have high expectations when it comes to mobile experiences.
With the current economic climate people are becoming more frugal and careful with their spending and younger generations are giving greater importance to personal experiences and are prioritising home buying less and less.
In the Now Economy customers expect instant gratification, which means that providing service with a sense of immediacy is no longer a preference—it’s essential.
Welcome to the February issue of IQ, your monthly e-newsletter from Worldpay, keeping you in the picture regarding “all things payments”.
With Brexit looming around the corner, Worldpay is working to implement its Brexit solution by March.
In January, Worldpay attended and exhibited at NRF (National Retail Federation) in New York - the biggest retail conference in the world. I wanted to share just some of the key insights that we uncovered from the show so you can get a sense of where the future of retail is heading.
It’s clear that over the past decade cash payments have been in decline, and that for today’s consumers digital payments are much more accessible and convenient.
In the summer of 2018 Worldpay acquired Pazien, a payments data platform that provides detailed analytics to its customers.
Read here for important news about Mastercard scheme updates, Visa’s planned changes to its cardholder dispute process and the introduction of Worldpay supplied terminals that will accept contactless payments.
Welcome to the January issue of IQ, your monthly e-newsletter from Worldpay, keeping you in the picture regarding “all things payments”.
Mastercard to launch new Santander UK Debit Card and update their digital branding requirements
Tourism is worth £127 billion to the UK economy, creating jobs and boosting economic growth across its nations and regions.
As we know, digitalisation is transforming many different aspects of retail, and will continue to do so as technology evolves.
Welcome to the December issue of IQ, your monthly e-newsletter from Worldpay, keeping you in the picture regarding "all things payments".
E-commerce has given consumers the opportunity to shop with brands around the world at the touch of a button 24 hours a day. This has changed the way we shop, with an increasing amount of online transactions taking place in the middle of the week.
Brits are turning to caffeine and croissants to fuel their way through the daily grind. Our data shows the secret to ensuring a hassle-free breakfast run, offering a city-by-city guide to beating the queues and avoid being latte to work.
All remaining customers to be migrated by the end of next year
We are continuing to prepare for Brexit and planning around multiple scenarios.
Worldpay data shows discretionary purchases up by 5% on last year during this important weekend for retailers.
As people engage with multiple eCommerce platforms, they expect convenience and relevance at every step of their online payment journey.
In order to improve the point of sale experience and remove barriers to adoption and expansion of electronic payments, Mastercard and Visa are making it optional to capture and validate a signature for chip based card transactions globally.
Welcome to the November issue of IQ, your monthly e-newsletter from Worldpay, keeping you in the picture regarding “all things payments”.
Our latest figures show that contactless transactions have now overtaken chip and pin payments for the first time, as consumers embrace more convenient forms of payment.
Whilst conducting research for our latest Consumer Behaviour Report, we went out and asked consumers what the most important factors were when deciding to visit a retail store.
Innovation is at the heart of everything we do at Worldpay. We are pioneering new payment technologies that could revolutionise the way we pay in the future, from VR payments to IoT concepts that embed payments into devices and machines.
Welcome to the September issue of IQ, your monthly e-newsletter from Worldpay, keeping you in the picture regarding “all things payments”.
This change will impact all our UK customers with rented or Worldpay supplied terminals.
Our data shows residents of Uttlesford, Carlisle and York are Britain’s top beauty spenders for 2018.
For retail, travel, gaming and digital content purchases.
with our 2018 Consumer Behaviour and Payments Report.
Welcome to the August issue of IQ, your monthly e-newsletter from Worldpay, keeping you in the picture regarding “all things payments”.
Please do make sure you are ready for these mandates as soon as possible.
The date when the UK is formally set to leave the EU is approaching, and Worldpay is getting ready.
While changes like this can be daunting, it is important you are aware of just how PSD2 could affect your business.
Innovations, our research team, are investigating the use of drone technology.
My Business Mobile, our innovative software only card payment mPOS, achieved its biggest rollout to date.
A symbol of change not merely a change of symbol.
Welcome to the July issue of IQ, your monthly e-newsletter from Worldpay, keeping you in the picture regarding “all things payments”.
It’s not always easy to be paid on time. Pay by Link allows you to create a quick and personal way for your customers to pay.
Visa and Mastercard are introducing new definitions for stored credentials, and new rules for stored credential and merchant initiated transactions.
The new partnership will focus on growing the use of new payment technology and expanding into new markets.
In our last issue of IQ, we said we would be back in touch with more detail about our New Acquiring Platform and share with you some of our plans.
Our recent study reveals poor table service is leaving Gen Y stressed out.
To illustrate the impact that an inefficient restaurant experience can cause its diners, Worldpay set up the world’s first Stresstaurant¹, a pop-up restaurant designed to stress-out customers with dire table service, ranging from missing food to late bills.
Once again it is my pleasure to welcome you to IQ, your monthly e-newsletter from Worldpay, keeping you in the picture regarding “all things payments”.
When it comes to authenticating higher risk transactions and benefiting from liability shift, 3DS can be a valuable customer tool but it is often perceived as an unnecessary burden that can increase shopper friction and checkout abandonment.
Read about Mastercard's upcoming updates to their transaction rules for point of sale terminals, vending machines, bank branch terminals and card not present transactions.
Worldpay lifts the lid on how to avoid the half-time from hell.
It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the very first edition ofIQ, a monthly e-newsletter, created to keep you up to date with all things ‘payments’.
Worldpay joins forces with Vantiv to become a truly global payments provider
The EU's second Payment Services Directive, or PSD2 for short, came into effect on 13th January and over the course of the next 18 months will completely revolutionise the way consumers manage their bank accounts and make payments.
As part of an initiative to increase cardholder awareness, Visa will be implementing a change to its card scheme rules that requires merchants to clearly identify their customers’ stored Visa card details as Visa accounts.
Keen to find out more about consumer buying habits and how they like to pay; we asked two groups of customers about their payment preferences.
It’s generally these first couple of months of the year when futurologists are at their busiest. Scanning the horizons and providing forecasts about the future, predicting what trends and developments we might expect to see over the next 12 months and how they might impact our lives both at home and in the workplace.
Okay so it may not exactly be 1st January anymore but with ten months remaining there’s still plenty of time to consider ways in which to improve and grow your business during the rest of the year. We recognise that many of you, especially those in small to medium sized businesses, will be faced with a multitude of competing priorities and that’s precisely why we’ve come up with this brief guide to help you.
As an organisation that really values the relationships we have with our customers, we are continually looking for new ways to create global opportunities through collaboration and partnership.
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