Retail organizations have invested in payments technologies faster than other industries. But with consumer preferences and business priorities shifting even more quickly, can retailers continue to meet expectations?
The new challenge for retail is to build more resilient businesses that can pivot, adapt and respond to unpredictable conditions. If they can, they will be more competitive and in a better position for long-term success.
This means making sure customers can always pay the way they want, quickly and securely. But are retailers transforming their payment strategies quickly enough, or are outdated processes causing some to get left behind?
of retail finance leaders say that hard-to-use systems and interfaces are stopping them from achieving payments efficiency
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