Online retail is growing rapidly across the world. More people are buying directly from brands, and seem likely to continue doing so. This means brands must connect with customers through smooth and secure shopping experiences to enhance brand value and keep them coming back for more.
The European Commission recently introduced new legislation on the digital euro. The putative currency, which will “complement and not replace” the physical euro, could come into use by 2026. The digital euro is the digital version of the euro. It would exist alongside the euro as an additional form of online or electronic payment. But what will this mean for payments and will it impact your business?
Convenience lies at the heart of payments today. We can’t imagine a life without instant payments. Convenience and user experience matters, yet B2B cross-border payments have been lacking in those areas. But newer methods are helping businesses to make cross-border payments in real-time without sacrificing UX. Learn more in this blog.
The mission of Novalnet is to help businesses to thrive by developing innovative payment solutions and financial management tools. As part of this endeavour, we are releasing a series of articles to help build better workplaces and so better businesses. “Leveraging Neuroscience in the Workplace” is the first article of this series.
Airbus has chosen Novalnet as its global payment service provider. In a Europe-wide tender, the group was looking for a specialized full-service payment provider with global expertise for the individual needs of Airbus. Read more to know what this collaboration will bring about.
How can a charity ensure secure payment processing? We spoke to Jürgen Imm, head of the IT management department, about his experiences. In an interview, the experienced IT specialist explains how Caritas uses Novalnet services to process donations and what requirements a full-service payment provider should fulfil. Caritas Association: Help for people in need You […]
Two in three Europeans now use contactless payments, and the numbers are rising. Merchants who tap into this opportunity will have an edge in being seen as future-ready and safety conscious, particularly in times when convenience and social distancing are big.
For a business, payments can be a rather complex affair to navigate. Merchants in Europe have to keep pace with changing developments – in payments technology, regulation, and consumer behaviour – to stay competitive. Digital payments have been steadily growing in popularity in Europe, where traditionally, cash has been king. Here are 6 points you should know as a merchant.
Episode 11 of the B2B Funker Podcasts is all about payment for B2B e-commerce. Mr Emmanuel Kirse and Mr Christoph Drewes, payment specialists from Novalnet in Munich, share their expertise and thoughts on whether we will be paying with Bitcoin in B2B in the next few years. See what happens next as you listen to the Podcast.
What is Identity Theft? Identity theft happens when your (or your customers’) personal and financial data is stolen. This could include your ID, bank account details, or credit/ debit card info. The stolen data is then used to make transactions or purchases or sold to other criminals. Identity theft can happen in a number of […]
You can transform your payments using the right APIs. But what are they, and how exactly do they help your business?
Payments have a direct link to your brand’s reputation and consumer trust. Mapping shopper data the right way can bring tons of benefits.