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How hotels can embrace digital

Changes in the hotel industry have been seismic. Few sectors have managed to out-run the digital age. The hotel industry once looked a promising candidate, relying on timeless attributes such as location, reputation, and good old-fashioned service. However, as recent years have proved, the change has been seismic. Whilst those attributes remain essential, the economics

Evolution of payments in the ‘Now Economy’

Enabling a smooth payments experience for customers is crucial to maximise sales and growth potential in an omnichannel world. But as payment innovations and consumer expectations continue to evolve, how can companies keep up? The payments landscape has transformed significantly in recent years, driven by developments in technology and fast-changing consumer expectations.The role payments play

Cash flow considerations

The period after the new year can be a quiet time for businesses, which means that it might be a good time to take a good look at your cash flow situation. Cash flow is critical to every business. If you don’t have enough cash, your business is at risk – according to the Office

Business Resolutions 2020 Sage Payments

The changing face of retail and payments For many of us, the start of the year can feel a little flat. But we think it’s a great time to take stock and make fresh plans – especially this year as we begin a new decade. Now is also an opportune moment to audit your operations

2020 Payments Switcher Guide

It’s an age old adage we’ve all heard in the past, and told ourselves countless times before. But what about “New year, new business” Although it doesn’t roll off the tongue with the same degree of elegance as the former, it may also be one of the most important things a small business owner could

The Place of Payment Technology in the future of commerce

The payment industry is undergoing a transformation driven by technology, data security,  legislation, and rising customer expectation. The proliferation of payment technology is visible throughout society, from payment-enabled wearables and new Social Commerce entrants such as Depop, to buskers and Big Issue vendors accepting contactless card payments. This paper examines two key areas which together