Undeniably, mobile has been a great driver to change in the payments industry, we’re seeing consumers shifting to mobile first at an unprecedented speed. Along with that shift, “mobile payments” became one of the most confusing terms and it has been thrown around a lot recently.
We pay with our credit or debit cards everyday, but do you know the many payment options we use can be grouped into two categories? If you want to start taking card payments, you need to understand the difference between Card present and card not present transactions and their risk implication to your business.
This post is the second part of a series dedicated to explaining how to develop a successful mobile strategy that brings you more conversion. Click here for part 1 where we looked at some examples of company that have gone mobile first, and why they have made that move.
Many organisations across the UK have a distributed sales force or remote service engineers that are often faced with many issues accepting card payments when closing a sale or asking their customers to pay for goods or services. If you are one of those organisations, you might identify with the problems below with your current payment solution:
Most restaurants now have a website and social media presence. Those channels have become the basic standard methods for promoting a restaurant. But if you really want to stand out from the crowd and foster customer loyalty, a mobile app is the answer. The article below briefly explains why you need an app and how to reap the full benefit of having one:
Making the mobile industry easy to understand is one of judo’s missions. Ensure your business never loses a sale with Mobile Payments & Online Payment Gateways from JudoPay.
Smartphone users are shopping on their mobile in the UK
of UK users make a mobile purchase at least once a month
checkout conversion rate in native apps compared to responsive web design
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