The Paypers, an international industry resource, has just released the 8th edition of its “Online Payments and Ecommerce Market Guide,” addressing the most important trends in the global market.
In today’s e-commerce and payment market, both merchants and PSPs need more balance between security and convenience for consumers, as well as implementation of omnichannel payments and new technologies. As a result, merchants now demand superior service levels from global and local PSPs, notes the report.
Meanwhile PSD2 drives fundamental changes in the payment industry and offers opportunities and threats for PSPs.
According to Innopay, PSPs can combine several strategies such as competitive costs through scale, flexibility, and backward integration, full-service offering through exploring new options before, during, and after payments, and a fresh approach to new market niches originating in the PSD2 and digital identity ecosystems.
The 2017 edition of the Guide is structured in three parts:
- Part 1 includes an in-depth analysis of key players, and maps them based on target market, vertical, regional presences, volumes, transaction handling, payment and fraud capabilities, omnichannel and cross-border payment capabilities.
- Part 2 is dedicated to thought leadership contributions. A reflection of key industry trend, these inspiring pieces cover a variety of topics, from best practices in omnichannel payments, to conversion optimization, to PSD2 and new payment methods, GDPR and challenges for merchants.
- Part 3 includes a comprehensive section of company profiles, including players’ geographical presence, core services, unique selling points and business partners.
Please click here to download your free copy of the Online Payments and Ecommerce Market Guide 2017, or here to check The Paypers’ online company database.