Customer demand for seamless payment options means businesses must carefully choose a payment gateway or service provider solution for their digital commerce platform. IT leaders responsible for payments can save time and money, and possibly increase revenue, by asking vendors the right questions.
- 1. Geography
- In What Countries/Regions Do You Operate?
- 2. Money
- In What Currencies Do You Settle?
- 3. Commerce
- What Channels and Payment Types Do You Support?
- 4. Cash Flow
- What Is the Frequency of Settlement?
- 5. Tracking and Reconciliation
- What Operational Tools Do You Offer?
- 6. Data
- What Types of Processing Connections and Levels of Data Do You Support?
- 7. Payment Integration
- What Kind of Integrations Do You Offer?
- 8. Security, Compliance and Fraud
- What Types of Fraud Prevention and Security Tools Do You Offer
- 9. Details, Details, Details
- What SLAs Do You Support?
- 10. Outsourcing
- Do You Offer Managed Payment Services and What Specific Services Are Included?
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