VIDEO: Changing Payments in Restaurants with Pay-at-the-Table

The payment experience within the restaurant industry is beginning to change with the help of the EMV migration and new Pay-at-the-Table solutions. We caught up with experts within the payments industry to gain insight on how the Pay-at-the-Table will change payment acceptance, guest experience and efficiency in restaurants.

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Trendspotting in the Payments Space

As the fintech revolution gathers pace, retailers must have an eye on the key trends shaping the industry in order to stay ahead of technological transformation already underway. Here, Ingenico outlines seven key trends that will have a profound impact on the sector.

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4 Payment Technologies Hospitality Businesses Need to Increase Security

Hospitality is a dynamic industry and is constantly evolving, particularly with the integration of new technologies to engage customers and improve service quality. Hospitality executives need to be aware of key technologies in the market, including the latest developments in payment solutions.  I’ve summarized four technologies that hospitality tech executives need to understand.

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PCI – It Is More Than One Standard

In the dynamic world of payments, transaction security is of paramount importance. When we speak with our customers and partners, the topic of payment security and PCI compliance always comes up. While there is a lot of useful information about payment security available, the industry is also filled with many questions regarding PCI. So, with the latest PCI Data Security Standard update and the release of the latest security standards for payments terminals, I thought it would be a great opportunity to provide a quick refresher on PCI compliance and the various security standards merchants need to know.

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Make the Holidays Merrier with Better In-Store Experiences

Another holiday season is upon us, and trends are pointing to a huge sales opportunity for retailers. According to an article in Bloomberg, retail sales were higher than forecasted in October and marked the largest growth since 2014. The National Retail Federation (NRF) is also forecasting that holiday sales will increase this year. 

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