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11
Jan

Full speed ahead: predicting payments innovation in 2017

Posted by | · · · · · | E-Commerce Payments Insights

2016 culminated a period of fast-paced fintech progress. Whereas previous years saw significant strides in the fields of mobile payments, cryptocurrency and cross-border transacting, 2016 was a year for taking stock of past developments, consumer expectations, market demands and future requirements.   If 2016 was the year we checked the […]

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09
Jan

Vote for Zooz in the 2017 Benzinga Fintech Awards

Posted by | · · · · | Zooz News and Updates

Voting for the 2017 Benzinga Fintech Awards has opened and we’d appreciate your votes! How does it work? You can vote once a day every day over Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook by going to the Zooz profile on the Benzinga platform and clicking on the Twitter and Facebook links. It’s […]

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05
Jan

Payments paradigm shift: Closing sales, opening relationships

Posted by | · · · · | E-Commerce Payments Insights

Yesterday’s champions of industry carried demo bags and pitch books, like something out of a black-and-white newsreel. Selling products may have been simpler back then, but it wasn’t any easier. It wasn’t easy to differentiate in an era when everyone was selling the same two or three products and services. […]

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29
Dec

PEERLESS (PERILOUS?) PAYMENTS PREDICTIONS FOR 2017

Posted by | · · · · | E-Commerce Payments Insights

Card Not Present recently reached out to a number of industry leaders and influencers, asking them examine the current environment and tell us what is likely to happen in the next year. Oren Levy, CEO Zooz, shared the following insight:   “Payment demands are becoming increasingly complex across the board, […]

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26
Dec

Three Tips On How To Secure Your POS Against Breaches

Posted by | · · · · | E-Commerce Payments Insights

Security breaches have become a serious bane for retailers of all sizes worldwide. Cyberattacks come in many forms, from skimming data on a magnetic stripe to hacking at the vendor’s point of sale (POS). The 2013 Target hack, which cost the retailer more than $250 million, was enough of an […]

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