Discover Global Network Works with PXP to Expand Acceptance
Riverwoods, IL. and London, UK– November 13th, 2018 – PXP, a global provider of omni-channel payment gateway solutions, and Diners Club International, a business unit of Discover Financial Services and part of the Discover Global Network have announced an agreement that will expand Discover card acceptance globally.
Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Christmas seem to be around the corner. So, how can retailers prepare for the peaks of peak trading?
Seasonal peaks are getting steeper and closer together. Customers often ask me about PXP’s capacity planning and what support we provide at peak trading times, so here goes…
Too often technology solutions are big on technology and small on solutions. Or they are solutions to non-existent problems. PXP has helped many retailers roll out mPOS in-store with our remotely deployed plug and play solution. Below are ten ways that store-based retailers can integrate mPOS into their businesses.
In the run-up to peak trading season, retailers are thinking: in, over and out. How can they get customers in-store, sales over the counter and merchandise out? And how can they do this as quickly and efficiently as possible for staff and customers?
People buy from people. So, service can make or break a sale. As more and more of our customers roll out mPOS in their stores, they are finding that making staff mobile has implications for service and training.
On the face of it, retail is a simple business.
It’s about having the right goods at the right time, in the right place and at the right price for customers to buy.
Yet in practice, retail is anything but simple. And with the changes to stores, technology and customer buying habits, it’s become even less so.
Tokenisation helps protect sensitive card data and reduce your PCI data security scope, which is great from a security point-of-view.
Tokenisation is much talked about in a variety of payment contexts at the moment, so I thought I’d blog about it.
By Graeme Zwart, PXP Chief Information Security Officer
Here are five golden rules for delivering a successful EMV migration.
We have experienced an in-store retail revolution over the last century. American entrepreneur Clarence Saunders kick-started it in 1918 with his self-service Piggly Wiggly supermarket in Memphis, Tennessee. The idea gradually spread around the world. Saunders disrupted the prevailing grocery model. Mobile point of sale (mPOS) is threatening to do something similar for the in-store operational and service model.