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1. eCommerce Sales Grew 16% in 2017; Online Fraud Soared 30%
(News)
... verify customers’ addresses. Use the Address Verification System (AVS) to ensure the billing address listed on the order matches the information on file with the credit card company. High-value orders ...
Created on 07 May 2018
2. Blockchain Obstacles and Opportunities
(Technology)
... a centralized administrator—such as a bank, government or credit card clearinghouse—to manage transactions, blockchain validates the transactions, organizes them into time-stamped blocks, securely chains ...
Created on 01 January 2018
3. Full-Circle Fraud: How the Equifax Breach Will Lead to Merchant Losses
(Technology)
... partially-complete consumer information to invent dummy personas and apply for credit cards (a practice known as “synthetic fraud”). Merchants will ultimately pay the price as criminal fraud evolves ...
Created on 10 October 2017
4. Is the Future of EDI in Blockchain?
(Technology)
... cryptocurrency that offers secure and anonymous money transfer. But its use is expanding beyond the somewhat secretive use as a banking and credit card substitute as companies find ways to incorporate ...
Created on 06 September 2017
5. Privacy Policy
(Uncategorised)
... ansmitted between your browsers and our server. As a result, data you submit to our Digital Offering such as credit card and payment information is transmitted using commercially reasonable security over the ...
Created on 18 July 2017
6. Cloud and EDI – The IT “Bonne Chance”
(Integration)
... meone else does. SUBSCRIPTION STYLE: Usually month-to-month deals, often payable by credit card, rather than annual contacts where everybody always seems to be paying a different price. ON DEMAND:  ...
Created on 11 February 2015
7. The Anti-Apple Pay Scheme
(Technology)
... isn't really something new, it's just that Apple has the clout to get its army of fans enthused about its un-plastic credit card. This at a time when there is significant activity in the payment processin ...
Created on 29 October 2014
8. 6 Ways EDI Removes Barriers to Commerce with Trading Partners
(EDI)
... l information such as the customer's name, address, and credit card number are necessary for almost all online commercial transactions, and more detailed information about users' Internet behavior is requi ...
Created on 24 October 2014
9. Do Best Practices Matter?
(News)
Almost everyone can recall being lectured about 'best practices' at one time or another. Sometimes it made sense, others not so much.In a Spend Matters blog, Pierre Mitchell discusses procurement best ...
Created on 22 September 2014
10. Time To Cry For Argentina: Government Cracks Down On Foreign E-Commerce
(Management)
... purchases, the government imposed a 35 percent import tax on transactions completed with foreign credit cards. In 2013, more than half of all online shoppers in Argentina paid by credit card, while cash ...
Created on 06 June 2014
11. eCommerce Payments
(News)
Payments are a big part of ecommerce for both B2B and B2C businesses. Credit cards and p-cards are important components.Joel Hans, on the Manufacturing.net site, takes a look at the various benefits and ...
Created on 19 March 2014
12. Visa's V.me Application
(News)
The growth of ecommerce continues to have effects across all aspects of the business process. Payments happens to be one such hot area now. On the NASDAQ site, Andrew Johnson provides information about ...
Created on 26 November 2012
13. Explosive innovation
(Retail)
... ipe to every country on earth." Groupon announced GrouponPayments as "the lowest cost option for Groupon merchants to accept credit cards." At least two Austin-based venture-backed startups are targ ...
Created on 25 September 2012
14. Explosive innovation
(Retail)
... ipe to every country on earth." Groupon announced GrouponPayments as "the lowest cost option for Groupon merchants to accept credit cards." At least two Austin-based venture-backed startups are targ ...
Created on 25 September 2012
15. Explosive innovation
(Supply)
... ipe to every country on earth." Groupon announced GrouponPayments as "the lowest cost option for Groupon merchants to accept credit cards." At least two Austin-based venture-backed startups are targ ...
Created on 25 September 2012
16. Innovation in payment
(Retail)
... nd thousands of other innovations all took years and generally decades to "win". Payment systems have already seen this several times: bank checks, credit cards, electronic data interchange (EDI), onl ...
Created on 09 September 2012
17. What's Next?
(Retail)
...  menu items, place orders, close out your check, and pay from your table with a credit card. Although we didn’t try the ordering piece, we did use it to close out our ticket so we could make the start o ...
Created on 20 August 2012
18. Google Wallet: High Risk, High Reward
(Retail)
...  to digital payment systems: traditional credit card companies; banks; startups eager to leverage electronic capabilities to squeeze out the high costs of old-line payment approaches; and several of th ...
Created on 13 August 2012
19. The Drop Ship Dilemma
(Logistics)
... the customer of expected delivery dates but also close out the credit card transaction that originated the order. You need to have a ‘returns process’ worked out between you and BBR. You’ll need to ...
Created on 16 July 2012
20. The Drop Ship Dilemma
(Retail)
... the customer of expected delivery dates but also close out the credit card transaction that originated the order. You need to have a ‘returns process’ worked out between you and BBR. You’ll need to ...
Created on 16 July 2012