Payvision wins MPE ‘Best PSP’ award thanks to Acapture’s complete omnichannel solution

Last week, over 1000 merchants and payment experts gathered in Berlin for 2017’s Merchant Payment Ecosystem (MPE) conference. Across a packed three days, all of the key issues facing our industry were placed under the microscope, with thrilling keynote speeches and a lot of networking.

On Wednesday, it concluded with the prestigious MPE award ceremony… where Payvision and Acapture took home gold as the best PSP of the year! The Best PSP Award honours the provider that offered the leading overall service over the previous twelve months.

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Flexible payment solutions are essential in every industry

When Payvision launched Acapture a little over one year ago, we knew that a new type of payment service provider (PSP) was needed. Payment processes were not in step with the pace of modern retail. Major PSPs were still relying on bloated, inflexible payment solutions from previous decades, which were slowing down their clients’ growth.

As we built our new platform, we put flexibility and data science at its heart. The flexibility would ensure each client got a solution crafted to their needs, while the data aspect meant changes could be made to improve conversion rates as the client used the solution.

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NOT going omnichannel: What are you actually losing?

At the beginning of 2016, many were predicting it would be the ‘Omnichannel Year’, a time in which consumer demands would dominate. Now, as 2017 looms into view, those predictions are being proved correct. Merchants are beginning to see omnichannel retail as a must-have rather than a possible choice.

We believe going omnichannel is not just a trend but rather a major development in a merchant’s business performance. To illustrate this, here we list the three most important things you are missing out on if you do NOT go omnichannel.

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