Apple Pay’s Recent Moves Bode Well For In-Store Payments

As featured in PaymentsSource on August 17th, 2018. By  Mohammad Khan More in  ISO and agent  Mobile payments   Retailers   Apple   As of March, Apple Pay had crossed $1 billion in annual volume and doubled its user base to 127 million over last 12 months. Meanwhile, Apple Pay is accepted at one in two U.S. stores today, […]
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Is it time for retailers to adopt the WeChat Pay model?

As featured in PaymentEye on July 18th, 2018. Author Michael Hocking | Interview More News | Customer Experience | Mobile solutions   “WeChat Pay has transformed the digital world”, Ashley Guo, Regional Director of WeChat Pay, Tencent Holdings, said onstage at Money 20/20, Amsterdam. “We continue to shape the future of payments and commerce, bringing the new age of smart retail.” WeChat Pay have seen […]
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Tuning Up for Upcoming Generation Z of Shoppers

As featured in Payments Journal on July 5th, 2018. As the successor to Millennials, Generation Z will represent 40 percent of all consumers by 2020, according to the December 2017 Accenture Report. Understanding the upcoming generation will be critical for retailers to attract shoppers in the next decade and beyond. Gen Z consumers are digitally savvy and […]
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Steady 6.5% Growth Rate Projected for China for Second Half

As featured in Womens Wear Daily (WWD) on May 30th, 2018. Author Vicki M. Young | BUSINESS / FINANCIAL Growth of the middle class will boost sales of higher end goods, including luxury items. While the growth trajectory of China’s economy is easing a bit, it’s still higher than that of its more mature counterparts in the West. […]
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This startup is betting its software can help brick and mortar retailers compete with giants like Amazon

As featured in San Francisco Business Times on Oct 12, 2017 by Alejandra Reyes-Velarde, Editorial Intern, San Francisco Business Times Retailers are taking a hit from Amazon, which for years has improved the customer experience in ways that physical stores can’t. But still, 90 percent of retail sales are made in stores, not online. Omnyway, a software […]
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Omnyway to Showcase Breakthrough Zapbuy Service at Finovate Fall

Zapbuy Converts Any Ad into a Point of Commerce, Removes Friction from Buying Process SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Omnyway, the leading provider of contextual digital commerce platforms, announced today that the company will demonstrate its Zapbuy service at the Finovate Fall 2017 conference in New York City. Zapbuy works across all mediums — including social media, email, search […]
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5 Features Your Retail App Is Missing

    How to maximize mobile sales As featured in TWICE on August 14th, 2017 and InformationAge on August 9th, 2017.   Ninety percent of shoppers have a mobile phone on them when in-store; however, 73 percent have two or fewer retailer apps on their phones. Meaning, many retailers are missing fundamental features within their app to […]
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OmnyPay launches omnichannel mobile payments solution

As featured in THE PAYPERS on Wednesday 28 October 2015 The key features of the OmnyPay solution include integrated payment and loyalty platform, which allows retailers to create their own “retailer currency”, integrating directly into their existing rewards, loyalty and promotional programs. Promotions are automatically delivered to the mobile app, and seamlessly applied at the […]
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OmnyPay wants to disintermediate the payment providers. Has it got a chance?

As featured in COMPUTERWORLD on October 27th, 2015. By Ben Kepes, star Thought Leader, Computerworld No one really likes credit card companies, but retailer have little option but to pay their mafia-like fees. OmnyPay thinks it has another option. [NOTE OMNYWAY WAS PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS OMNYPAY] Retailers have a traditionally bristly relationship with credit and bank card companies. These […]
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Why We Started Omnyway

LOSS OF RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN RETAILERS AND THEIR CUSTOMERS Plastic currency is a phenomenon of only the past 50 years. But, there was once a time where young family members would be sent on errands to the local store. The family’s tab would be incremented and the child would return home with whatever he or she’d been […]
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