Award-Winning Alliance for Outstanding Results – Wargaming.net’s Success Story

Editor’s note: We are happy to kick off a series of posts dedicated to our clients’ success stories. These case studies will help explain what Credorax does differently in order to help grow our partners and merchants’ businesses.  Credorax Success Stories Wargaming.net, an MMO “free-to-play” online action games giant, provides a great lesson in becoming […]

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Are Payments Services the Next Logical Step for Supply Chain Experts?

Supply chain and logistics companies in today’s market already maintain expertise in several areas, such as logistics, delivery, invoicing and digital services. Recent industry surveys indicate that adding and enhancing e-commerce or payments services as part of the end-to-end solution puzzle, reaching out to these companies’ well-established customer bases, could aid an increasing pinch at […]

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What PSPs can learn from the property market

Tony Craddock, Director General of the Emerging Payments Association, Comments on Credorax’s Latest Whitepaper, “PSPs Why Does Your Choice of Acquirer Determine Your Future Success?” Payment Service Providers (PSP) servicing global e-commerce merchants are often stuck between the devil and the deep blue sea. Their lovely merchants are crying out for more, while internal compliance […]

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TRANSACT 16: Takeaways on Cross-Border Payments from Credorax and Vantiv

The ease of using the internet has made the world seem borderless, particularly when it comes to e-commerce.  But many consumers incorrectly assume that we are already living in a truly online global marketplace. Can companies buy or sell to customers anywhere in the world via e-commerce or m-commerce channels? Unfortunately, we’re not there yet. […]

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The Long Goodbye to Cash

As digital payment solutions have become increasingly common, one of the questions that has been raised on numerous industry forums is: Is it time to retire the cumbersome paper and coins we’ve used as legal tender since ancient times? Cash costs us more than you would first expect. According to a Tufts University report, it […]

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What Does the Future Hold for Domestic Card Schemes?

Less than a decade ago, Europe was a fragmented continent with multiple card schemes and weak interoperability between countries. Except for some Eastern European countries, all European countries had their own national/domestic card scheme with their own rules and standards that only worked inside the specific country. But the domestic card schemes market in Europe changed […]

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Inside Credorax: Owen Busuttil on Constructing the Perfect Acquiring Solution

  What should clients contemplate when selecting an acquiring solution for themselves or their merchants? As recent winners of the FSTech Online Technology Provider of the Year for our ePower 2.0 platform, we believe we are in a unique position to offer our thoughts! In this month’s Inside Credorax interview, we asked Owen Busuttil, Head of Solutions […]

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Dart to Copenhagen with Credorax for Money20/20

Are you packing your bags? In early April, many players in the worldwide Fintech industry will gather in Copenhagen for Money 20/20. This conference concentrates on the disruptive opportunities and challenges the payments and financial services industry faces. We are excited that Credorax will participate in this Money20/20 event on the heels of our recent […]

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The World E-Commerce Summit by Lafferty: Takeaways

This month I was privileged to be one of the keynote speakers at Lafferty’s exquisite London event, The World E-Commerce Summit. This thought-leadership driven event included a hand-picked group of speakers, representing the movers, shakers and innovators across the payments ecosystem. From IBM to Visa to Tufts University, there was an interesting mix of diverse […]

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How PSPs Can Successfully Embrace the Global Imperative

In a recent article, we discussed the increasing merchant pressure on PSPs. Much of this pressure is due to the global nature of e-commerce and the need to provide fast and seamless payments, whether domestic or cross-border.

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