Is Your Business Equipped to Handle the Holiday Shopping Frenzy?

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The holiday shopping season is officially here, and consumers are ready to spend—big time—according to a recent analysis by Forbes. As consumers increasingly spread shopping experiences across multiple mediums – traditional malls, big-box stores, and online shopping and e-commerce – businesses that are equipped to accommodate the influx of online traffic stand poised to reap serious benefits.

Take a look at these holiday shopping stats:

  • Black Friday is still the busiest shopping time for storefronts, but foot traffic declined nearly 9% from 2017.
  • Consumers spent $3.7 billion online in 2018, a 28% increase from 2017.
  • Online Black Friday sales generated $6.2 billion, an increase of 23.6% from 2017.
  • Mobile devices accounted for 68% of online traffic and 54% of orders on Thanksgiving Day.
  • Mobile devices made up 67% of all digital traffic on Black Friday, a 61% increase on the same day last year.

In the age of online shopping, e-wallets and cashless checkouts, the “customer experience” is crucial. These days, consumers want and expect an expedited checkout process both in stores and online, frictionless mobile payment processing, in-cart transparency, and, of course, data security.

If your business or organization isn’t equipped to accommodate these consumer preferences, you might be missing out on both traffic and revenue.

Mobile Payments

Mobile payments refer to any transaction for a product or service that is made through an app, website, or payment processing attachment on a smartphone, tablet, or other mobile electronic devices. In most cases, payment information is encrypted for security purposes. Mobile processing differs from traditional payments such as cash, checks, or debit and credit card information that require a stationary touch screen or computer.

The expansion of mobile payment processing is driven largely by consumer demands, but it’s also easier for retailers. Moving more consumers through checkout efficiently with a mobile point of sale system can drive business in-store and provide customers with a seamless, PCI-compliant checkout experience online. As more consumers turn to online shopping, retailers that adapt to the changing market will be well positioned to capture future growth.

In-Cart Transparency

Consumers often add items to their cart whether or not they intend to buy them. This is especially true during high traffic periods, such as holiday shopping. However, Retail Dive reports that an estimated 23% of customers will abandon the items in their cart if they can’t see the total up front, including taxes, shipping costs, and delivery dates.

Retailers that can make the online holiday shopping experience easier on consumers, including securing and organizing their online carts, can reap the benefits of online shopping.

Giving Tuesday

Online shopping isn’t just for revenue-generating organizations, especially during the holidays. Giving Tuesday is one of the biggest days of the year for non profits and an important source of revenue for their operating funds.

A non profit payment processing system can help these organizations streamline donations during Giving Tuesday or any day of the year through a centralized merchant account, regardless of whether donors are online, on-site, or using a mobile platform.

About Payscout

Payscout is a trusted, global payment processing provider working across six continents and connecting merchants and consumers via credit, debit, ATM, and alternative payment networks. Payscout makes it easy to manage payments on-site and across online and mobile platforms. Payscout even offers customized API connections for utility payment processing and integrates with over a dozen software applications. If you work in a healthcare environment, Payscout’s mobile payment processing services can help drive revenue efficiently and securely.

Discover how you can leverage consumer preferences for online shopping at www.payscout.com

Payscout COO Is Recognized with Prestigious Board Position

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The Greater Los Angeles chapter of the Jefferson Awards Foundation recently honored Payscout Chief Operating Officer Juan Sotelo with an appointment as chair of their advisory board. Since joining the board in 2016, Sotelo’s commitment to altruism and innovative business acumen consistently stood out to both local and national leadership of the Jefferson Awards Foundation.

The honor would likely come as no surprise to anyone familiar with Sotelo’s career and accomplishments. His resume includes working as a mathematics teacher, serving as the sales and operations manager for tech giant Oracle, and running his own consulting services firm, JD & Associates.

In 2013, he joined Payscout as Vice President of Business Development. During his two-year tenure, Sotelo shone as a committed and creative thought leader, contributing to Payscout’s success in emerging markets like mobile payment processing. He further advanced Payscout’s success and growth by spearheading growth initiatives, internal process development, and strategic brand advancements.

In 2015, Sotelo was promoted to Chief Operating Officer. As COO, Sotelo immediately excelled in the overseeing of customer support, operations, brand development, and marketing for Payscout staples like utility payment processing.

Sotelo also helmed Payscout’s expansion into revolutionary new payment processing spaces with the establishment of their virtual reality (VR) payment application. This application can be used to aid non profit payment processing and encourage donations.

When not busy changing the face of the payment industry, Sotelo also works as the Managing Partner and President of the production company Film Antics, which has released over 20 films, including a feature film, under his leadership.

While his career and financial ingenuity are quite impressive, there was another characteristic beyond those skills and accomplishments which stood out to the people at the Jefferson Awards Foundation. Sotelo’s engagement in humanitarian work, particularly with youth, contributed to the chairmanship.

Plaudits from an organization as respected, significant, and influential as the Jefferson Awards Foundation is no easy feat. The foundation was established in 1972 by former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, U.S. Senator Robert Taft, Jr., and longtime public servant Sam Beard as the American equivalent of a Nobel Prize for public and community service. Since then, its awards recognizing those who’ve made strides in volunteerism and public service have been given to several Presidents and Vice Presidents of the U.S., Supreme Court Justices, generals, Senators, and the top business leaders, humanitarians, artists, performers, journalists, and athletes in the country.

Learn more about Payscout’s innovations and user-friendly platforms, at www.payscout.com

Is the Wallet Card the Credit Card of the Future?

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If you haven’t heard of the Wallet Card yet, chances are you will soon. Unveiled in early 2018 by Dynamics and Visa, the Dynamics Wallet Card™ has been generating an impressive amount of buzz. It’s been written up in numerous articles and has won several awards. One of those was the 2018 Best of Innovation Award at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, widely considered the consumer electronics industry’s most prestigious award. It’s the first time a payments consortium has won it.

That’s a lot of exposure and expectation for any new product or technology. All too often, products that are subject to that much hype wither away into obscurity under the glare of that much scrutiny and anticipation. So what is the Wallet Card and will it be the “next big thing” in consumer finance?

What the Wallet Card Is and Does

The Wallet Card has the capacity to be all of your payment cards: debit, credit, pre-paid and one-time use, even branded loyalty and gift cards, all in one. A digital display and two-button interface allows users to toggle between accounts and cards instantly.

So how will this impact international payment processing? Only time will tell. But with partnerships with leading banks and communications corporations all over the globe, the Wallet Card is being billed as a virtually universally-accepted form of payment.

The Wallet Card is linked to the internet of things with both a cell phone chip and antenna, which is said to allow it to communicate with and transfer money between the user and their bank anywhere on the planet, at any time.

That connectivity also means the instant issuance (and registration) of new cards. For instance, after the deletion of a compromised card number, one could expect near-immediate reissuance of an uncompromised card.

Robust security and instant reissuance could certainly prove a selling point, as almost 50% of cardholders in the U.S. have to have at least one card reissued every year. And conveniently, all of that tech is powered by a self-charging battery, which means no loss of payment method at inconvenient times or daily charging.

Is It Going to Replace Plastic as We Know It?

Perhaps unsurprisingly, there’s considerable disagreement on the answer to this question from those predicting the future of commerce and finance. One camp, those skeptical of the Wallet Card’s future status as the revolutionary smart card, has pointed out that mobile digital wallet platforms already exist. There is any number of digital wallets available as apps or built-in features of smartphones that can do most everything the Wallet Card does, and they’ve been around for a while.

Wallet Card proponents counter that existing digital wallets don’t enjoy anything like universal acceptance from vendors, particularly since so many of them rely on near-field communication (NFC) to transmit payment info. Additionally, the Visa-branding and support from global financial heavyweights should guarantee the quality, consistency, security, and acceptance of the Wallet Card.

Even those who doubt that the Wallet Card is going to become the end-all, be-all of mobile payment solutions admit, however, that at the very least it will have niche appeal. People will appreciate that it doesn’t need to be accessed or managed through an app, and doesn’t have to be charged.

Regardless of if the Wallet Card takes off or fizzles out, it’s important to work with a global payment processing provider you can trust for everything from healthcare payment processing to international payment processing. Payscout is an international payment processing solution provider who can help entrepreneurs and domestic U.S. merchants navigate complex compliance solutions. Beyond processing payments on six continents, Payscout offers a wide array of financial solutions, including their mobile web portal, Condor, which facilitates bill-payment transactions.

About Payscout

One of the most respected, successful, innovative, and forward-looking thought leaders in the financial services industry, Payscout has consistently earned their way onto lists of America’s fastest-growing private companies every year since 2014. Among the state-of-the-art suite of user-friendly tools they offer is their lauded accounts receivable collections software. All of which works in service to their mission statement, “Payscout supports the entrepreneurial dream one transaction at a time.”

Discover how to grow your business at www.payscout.com

Payscout specializes in providing best-in-class payment processing solutions for the ARM industry

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Payscout specializes in providing best-in-class payment processing solutions for the accounts receivable management (ARM) industry. These solutions have helped Payscout’s top ARM clients grow more than 33% year-over-year.

Payscout, a leading payments innovation company, provides solutions that power entrepreneurs in a myriad of industries, from retail, non-profit, money services businesses (MSB), and even marketplaces.  One of the verticals in which Payscout’s partners thrive is the accounts receivable management (ARM) industry.  Accounts receivable, as a whole, plays a critical role in a credit-based economy.  The entrepreneurs who support the system provide reliable, efficient payment mechanisms to enable frictionless debt payments.

The reason Payscout’s ARM partners thrive is because their technological solutions are built on Integrity and Trust, Reliability, and Innovation.  In the ARM space, innovation enables more efficient payments, and as a market-leader in innovative payment solutions, it’s no surprise Payscout’s partners continue to thrive.  Payscout’s helping their top partners in the ARM space grow by over 33% a year.  Are you ready for that kind of growth?

Contact Payscout today for your free rate analysis and to learn more about our ARM solutions!

Topics: Global eCommerce, Credit and Debit Card Processing, ARM

Will We See a Cashless Society? The Pros and Cons

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For a lot of people, it can feel as though they’re participants in a cashless society already. Their paychecks are direct-deposited into an account from which bills are automatically debited. They also regularly make payments (in-person and online) without ever handling cold-hard cash.

Virtually every business accepts plastic, and you can slide or insert a card to buy a candy bar on almost any new vending machine. And with the ubiquity of mobile payment processing devices plugged into cell phones, you could likely buy from four different vendors at the local farmers’ market without ever touching paper money.

That being said, our society is anything but cashless. Most people still carry cash, use cash, and take it for granted as a still-relevant staple of societal financial interactions. But as common as cash remains, the technological, societal, and even global trend has certainly been moving steadily into a more cash-free space. So will we see a cashless society in our lifetime? And perhaps more importantly, do we want one?

The Benefits of a Cashless Society

A number of the benefits of a cashless society are already apparent. We buy virtually anything we need or want from anywhere on the planet where people sell things online, and we do so with the click of a button. Furthermore, many of us haven’t sat down with a stack of bills, stamps, and envelopes to send out checks for bill payments in years.

There’s no question that digital transactions make commerce more convenient. To some degree, cashless commerce forces transparency and accountability for the payer and the paid. Electronic payments are recorded in perpetuity to the cent. It’s not just a matter of dishonesty or theft. Even something like by-check utility payment processing still relied on a series of people physically moving, sorting, collecting, and processing the check. And as people are only human, occasionally mistakes or outright errors are made. Indeed, utility payment processing has come a long way, and with payment processing improvements, left a lot of human error by the wayside.

The Drawbacks of a Cashless Society

The footprint left by digital payments remains an accessible, permanent record that a transaction was made, which is great for most people making them. It is not great for people who’d prefer their financial transactions weren’t being tracked and recorded. But that can be good for society in general. For instance, a cashless society would make illegal and dangerous transactions more difficult, or at least easier to track and uncover when they did occur.

While that may sound more like a benefit than a drawback (and it is), criminals aren’t the only people with an interest in transactions that aren’t tracked, recorded, and linked to them. Without going into detail, there are any number of products and services that are personal, sensitive, medical, etc. that people have perfectly good reasons for wanting to keep private.

Will We See a Cashless Society?

Cash does have some undeniable benefits beyond discretion for the spender. It’s immediately available and virtually universally accepted. It’s also convenient for person-to-person transactions, and has gained popularity for larger transactions like securing a quick-close on, and lowering the price for, a house. And there are some people who simply want to keep their assets liquid, physical, and under their direct control.

So, will we see a cashless society in our lifetime? It is possible. Despite the trend toward more plastic and digitally-stored currency, cash is still very much a feature of our society and culture. We will, undoubtedly, continue to see an increasingly cashless society, but it will be a while before hard currency is phased out entirely.

About Payscout

One of the most respected, successful, innovative, and forward-looking thought leaders in the financial services industry, Payscout has consistently earned their way onto lists of America’s fastest-growing private companies every year since 2014. In addition to their non profit payment processing, Payscout’s state-of-the-art interactive user platforms continue to serve their mission statement, “Payscout supports the entrepreneurial dream one transaction at a time.”

Discover how to grow your business at www.payscout.com

How Payscout Is Committed to Making Payment More Secure with Tokenization

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Payscout has long been committed to driving and supporting innovation in the payment processing industry. Much of that innovation has been dedicated to payment platforms (including those in revolutionary new channels like virtual reality) and establishing the most user-friendly suite of global payment processing tools.

However, they recognize that as important as those advances are, the most cutting-edge services and intuitive tools in the international payment processing space are not of much use to consumers and partners if they aren’t secure. It is that understanding that has inspired them to develop security measures, like Tokenization, as trustworthy, advanced, and dependable as their payment processing solutions.

The Tokens

It turns out that the best way to protect information from hackers and cyber-criminals is to remove that data altogether. No one can steal, destroy, damage, or compromise what isn’t there. Of course, previously this strategy suffered from a pretty significant drawback: eliminating payment data from a network meant that while the malicious and criminals couldn’t find it, neither could anyone else.

Enter Payscout’s Tokenization security system. Tokenization works by taking even the most sensitive payment data, like healthcare payment processing records, and replacing that data with a different, unique identifier, the token. Those tokens are pieces of data generated by proprietary algorithms that are mathematically impossible to reverse.

For instance, if hackers managed to break into the accounts receivable collections software of a participating merchant working with Payscout, they would only have access to the tokens. Although the tokens had replaced the payment card data, they would retain none of the information that was of any use to the intruder, being entirely meaningless to hackers.

The Customer Vault

The data that the token has replaced hasn’t been deleted or destroyed. To ensure that merchants still have access to sensitive payment data without having to store it, as is, on a local database with an unknown level of security, Tokenization is paired with the Payscout Customer Vault.

Information replaced by a token is transmitted through a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) connection to the Customer Vault. The Customer Vault itself is a Level 1 PCI-certified Payscout data storage center operated by Visa, making it just about the digital equivalent of Fort Knox. The tokens with which the sensitive data have been replaced usually incorporate the last four digits of the card the payment was made with, allowing an accurate and predictable matching of the token with the secure data.

Perhaps most conveniently, the token isn’t just an inert stand-in for sensitive payment data. Tokens support the same payment actions and checkout models as the actual cardholder information would, and the merchant can initiate transactions remotely without risking access to the card’s number or other private information. Practically, it means that Payscout offers their partners exceptional safety and security without sacrificing convenience.

Learn more about Payscout’s innovations and user-friendly platforms, at www.payscout.com

3 Ways to Win Larger Clients in ARM

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Payscout has provided secure, stable payment acceptance options to the ARM industry for over 10 years. Our team of industry specialists includes former Collection Agency owners, so we understand how important (and how challenging) it is for you to land those larger clients that are medical facilities, telecom providers, financial institutions and more.

Here are three key ways our domain expertise in ARM can help you land those larger clients and keep your business growing.

 Software Integrations

 If you want to win larger Accounts Receivable clients in the medical, telecom, and financial institution/credit union verticals, it helps to offer integrations with the preferred software vendors in those respective business-types. A good example is Epic Systems, one of the largest healthcare software companies in the world. To give you a sense of scale, the hospitals that use their software hold the medical records of 64% of patients in the United States and 2.5% of patients worldwide. If you want to land a large healthcare system and manage their Accounts Receivable, there is a good chance they’re already using Epic, and so you need to ensure you can integrate with that platform.

Epic is one of over a dozen leading software solutions with which Payscout is already integrated. Other integrations include Ontario Systems, Bloodhound, Quantrax, Columbia Ultimate TCS, Healpay, Latitude, Applied Innovation, DebtMaster, KG Hawes, Lariat, InterProse ACE, Cyclone, CSS Impact, CollectOne, Collect!, and many more. Plus, our skilled development team can help you to build connections between your platform and the ones your clients use.

Our award-winning, Level 1 PCI-compliant gateway is a fully-integrated solution with a simple, secure API to seamlessly connect you right to the software platforms. The feature-rich options in our payment gateway enable you to sell improved operational efficiency and enhanced reporting to win those larger clients with the proper software integrations to get your foot in the door.

RegTech (Regulatory Technology)

 For good reason, large companies are extremely concerned about regulatory changes that could adversely impact their business. The larger the company, the more complex the issues they’re facing, particularly at a State government level: Most large telecom, medical, and financial institutions operate in a multi-state capacity, meaning collecting on their behalf requires compliance with each State’s respective regulatory requirements. Layer onto those challenges oversight from the Federal government, regulatory requirements from bodies such as the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection, and compliance with legislation like the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), and ensuring you can help protect yourself and these large clients can seem an overwhelming challenge.

Fortunately, Payscout frequently and actively engages key stakeholders on Capitol Hill – from the lawmakers themselves, to the trade associations representing our industries, and representatives of the myriad regulatory bodies whose work impacts the debt collection industry. Our experienced team includes long-tenured members of ACA International, the Association of Credit and Collections Professionals and the Electronic Transactions Association (ETA) – and they hold key leadership positions within these associations. We leverage these relationships to proactively refine and evolve the policies, processes, and systems that constitute our RegTech solution for secure payment processing.

All of this means you can leverage our RegTech solution to more confidently pitch those larger businesses, and ensure you and your clients are protected from regulatory action.

Industry Expertise

 We’re entrepreneurs, just like you, but what sets us apart from the competition is not just that we know how to run a business; we know how to run a business just like yours, because we have.

Our experienced team of ARM industry professionals includes former collection agency owners, so we understand the operational complexities of your business. What we have learned in over a decade serving the debt collection industry is that it is possible to take the challenges and complexities you are facing (integrations and regulatory compliance, as examples) and turn them into strengths on which to sell and prosper.

Payscout’s ARM solution comes complete with everything you need to land larger clients and keep your business growing. Call 1.888.689.6088 or email Sales@Payscout.com to speak to one of our ARM experts.

5 Reasons Your Business Needs Online Bill Payments

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If you are still using the antiquated system of manually entering, calculating, and creating invoices, your business is losing valuable staff time. You’re also losing money.

Enabling automated, online bill payment reduces costs while increasing the probability that you will be paid. Combine your online bill payment portal with accounts receivable collections software, and your business will be streamlined to collect payments quickly and efficiently.

Consumer Focus

Giving your consumers an easy way to pay increases your likelihood of being paid. More than half of Americans pay their bills online, and as the younger generations move into adulthood, this number will continue to increase. Offering an online bill payment option is just another customer service feature that many have come to expect in 2018.

Cost Savings

It costs your business a significant amount to send invoices. According to Sterling Commerce, “manually-processed invoices cost, on average, $30 per invoice to process…while each paper invoice error costs companies $53.50 to rectify.” Compare this to the cost of fully-automated invoices—which according to the same research averages $3.50 per invoice—and the cost savings could rapidly add up.

Environmental Responsibility

For every bill you don’t have to print, that is paper that stays out of a landfill or fire pit. When you utilize online bill payment, information is securely stored month over month, reducing the amount you have to print to next to nothing. Online bill pay is a much better option for the environment.

Automatic Reminders

With online bill payment, you can easily email clients their invoices and reminder notices prior to the due date, giving your client ample time to pay. This is especially helpful in the healthcare payment processing world, as medical bills often take a back seat to other billing priorities. Plus, consumers can set up recurring bill pay to keep them on track with payments.

Increased Accuracy

Accepting online bill payments means the likelihood of errors is dramatically decreased – especially compared to making manual calculations. Reducing errors cuts operating costs and increases your bottom line over time.  

Payscout is Expanding Integration Options for Clients in the Healthcare Industry and Beyond

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Payscout’s recent acquisition of Paywire has significant implications for partners interested in expanding into healthcare payment processing by providing a suite of secure, integrated solutions to streamline operational efficiency and reduce the scope of PCI compliance. The move also gives Payscout customers access to Paywire applications developed in the Epic App Orchard marketplace and the company’s integrated suite of software applications.

Epic App Orchard is, among other things, a testing environment where developers can create and sell apps that interface with other software applications through Application Programming Interfaces (API). APIs allow customers to access interactive sites like Facebook and Facebook Messenger through an app. Epic App Orchard also lets developers test strategies for managing information exchange software in a sandbox environment.

This expanded access is important for Payscout clients across verticals, but particularly those that use healthcare payment processing systems. Healthcare clients manage huge databases of medical and financial information, ranging from patient registration and scheduling to lab results to medical billing. An integrated healthcare payment processing system allows Payscout customers to interface with financial institutions, third-party payment applications, and customer accounts seamlessly through a supported application portal.

With expanded access to Paywire applications in Epic App Orchard’s marketplace and APIs, Payscout can offer customers customized solutions such as fully-integrated billing and payment applications, all supported by Epic App Orchard’s APIs. With more cloud services, expanded mobile software, and access to Epic App Orchard’s APIs, Payscout customers gain more dynamic payment processing technologies and payment solutions that are customized for a specific vertical such as healthcare.

Payscout’s payment processing solutions are fully integrated with over a dozen software applications and offer direct, reliable banking solutions. Payscout’s mobile-enabled web portal, Condor, lets customers pay through a mobile app, and their customized API connection allows for real-time data transfer.

Payscout offers the same support to clients in other verticals, including collection agencies. Payscout fully integrates with over a dozen accounts receivable collections software platforms, ensuring transactions are secure, efficient, and provide real-time data for your business. With over a decade of experience in the collections industry, Payscout delivers fully-integrated payment processing services to help you handle medical or telecom collections, student loan payments, inbound financial transactions, or credit union receivables.

Payscout serves thousands of clients in diverse industries and verticals across six continents and all 50 states. As a licensed E.U. Financial Institution, Payscout has partnerships with global financial institutions across the world. The “Go Global Now” technology platform gives merchants access to over 100 countries, billions of consumers, and valuable mobile markets. As an international payment processing solution provider, Payscout helps entrepreneurs navigate foreign rules, requirements, reporting, and compliance.

Payscout connects merchants and consumers via credit, debit, ATM, and alternative payment networks. Customers can access Payscout’s credit card processing services via a web-based user portal, or call Payscout’s professional service experts.

Learn more about secure and efficient payment processing at www.payscout.com

Payscout’s Mobile Payment Processing Options Can Help You Stay Ahead of Industry Trends

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Is your organization equipped to accept payments from a smartphone? Are you at the forefront of the frictionless payment movement?

If not, you could be missing your opportunity to access new customers and emerging markets across the globe.

The global mobile payment market is worth over $600 billion and is expected to hit $4,574 billion by 2023, according to a recent report. Payscout can help you and your organization tap into this growing, lucrative market with customized mobile payment processing options for your business or non profit.

Mobile payments refer to transactions that are made on a mobile point-of-sale system, usually through an app, website, or mobile payment processing system on a smartphone, tablet, or other mobile electronic device. Mobile payments differ from traditional payments such as cash, checks, or debit and credit card information that require a stationary touch screen or computer.

The mobile payment market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 33.8%, meaning that retail, hospitality, transportation, healthcare, and utility industries are all poised to see a substantial expansion in transaction opportunities.

Payscout offers a broad array of solutions, processing transactions from utility payment processing to healthcare industries and more. Payscout’s integrated payment capabilities give your business greater flexibility to engage customers through frictionless payment options, allowing each of your users to pay a bill, review annual rebates, or receive monthly updates through a mobile device.

Payscout’s mobile web portal, Condor, facilitates bill-payment transactions, and Payscout offers a direct gateway connection for real-time data transfer. This fully integrated system works with over a dozen software applications, letting you reach customers in new and innovative ways.

This technology isn’t just driving more efficient operations in the business sector. Payscout can also help non profits tap into the mobile payment market. With a non-profit payment processing system, non-profit organizations can streamline donations through a centralized merchant account, regardless of whether donors are online, on-site, or using a mobile platform.

Increased mobility and security can help your non profit operate more efficiently. Payscout’s PCI-compliant, web-based donation forms enable non profits to reach out to volunteers and manage recurring donations securely and effectively either on- or off-site.

Payscout’s integrated payment system connects merchants and consumers across six continents via credit, debit, ATM, and alternative payment networks. Integrated with over a dozen software applications, Payscout wants to help you optimize your payment processing system. Payscout can help your organization or non profit find personalized solutions to meet your payment needs.

Use Payscout to help grow and streamline your business or non profit. Find out more at www.payscout.com