- Ingenico ePayments / Ogone platform
- Ingenico ePayments / GlobalCollect platform
On Tuesday 20th October at 12pm BST, Ingenico Enterprise Retail hosted its webinar on Tokenisation. The session explained how retailers struggle to secure a common and secure identifier of cardholders across brands, channels and payment processors. What’s more, they use different payment service providers (PSPs) across their multiple sales channels, making processes and actions complex, costly and inefficient.
Frederic Frizzarin, Head of Pre-Sales and Guillaume Arnal, Offer & Product Manager Specialist/Expert - Retail Market at Ingenico Enterprise Retail shared their expert insight during the session, exploring the key role payments play in retail.
On 19th May 2020 at 11am BST, Ingenico Enterprise Retail hosted this vital webinar on the future of payments to help the unattended market and vending sector understand the payment technology available to them. The webinar explores how the payment technology can help improve the shopping experience, provide an insight into every customer journey, and tackle head-on the challenging vending market with its no face-to-face interaction and strong maintenance needs.
On 26th May 2020 at 10,30am BST, Ingenico Enterprise Retail hosted its latest webinar on how payments would play a major role in taking the future of Mobility as a Service (MaaS).
The hour-long virtual session analyses what the winning combination is for transport between payments specialists, banks, acquirers and card schemes, and how open payment transactions reduce costs and cash handling and open up additional revenue opportunities.
On 1st July 2020 at 2pm BST, Ingenico Enterprise Retail hosted its latest webinar on how payments can enhance the shopping experience for both the consumer and the retailer. The session delved into the challenges faced by retailers as consumers today expect the retail experience to be seamless across every channel, whether that’s in-store or online, on mobile or desktop, or whether they’re paying with digital wallets, cards, or alternative payment methods (APMs). Which means it’s increasingly important for merchants to address this to provide a good shopping experience and maintain customer loyalty.