Operationalizing payments for your business is increasingly complex in today’s payments environment. New methods of payment, data privacy regulations, and the ever-changing technology landscape create a complex set of interwoven ways for businesses to achieve their goals. W. Capra’s payment operations experts have a plethora of payment experience. Our experts provide operational guidance on a breadth of payment projects in the card processing and adjacent spaces – from high-level industry benchmarking to granular cost of acceptance analysis.
W. Capra has a team of business-minded payment operations experts that provide thought leadership, direction, and analysis to a wide range of payment initiatives. Our approach to assess operations utilizes a four-part framework: Discover, Analyze, Gather Insights, and Continuously Improve.
This approach allows us to effectively assess cost of acceptance, aid in contract negotiation, and generate KPIs to effectively analyze performance for a variety of merchants.
- How should my business confidently deploy new retail technology solutions?Implementing new technology or software solutions can be a complex and risky process. To mitigate potential pitfalls and ensure successful deployments, merchants should consider enlisting the help of a trusted third-party testing partner. The key benefits of third-party testing with an industry stalwart like W. Capra should be an integral part of any retailer’s technology deployment strategy.
- What Does the New Interchange Legislation Mean For You?A growing number of states have recently introduced legislation to prohibit charging interchange fees on the sales and excise tax portion of retail transactions. Thus far, there are active bills in the states of Georgia, Florida, Idaho, North Dakota, and Texas, however that number is expected to grow in the near-term future.
- Get The Most Out of TokenizationBy replacing sensitive data with tokens, merchants not only reduce the risk of a data breach, they also ensure that even if a hacker (aka “bad guy”) were to access their system, the hacker would only be able to access the tokens, which are useless without corresponding sensitive personal information (SPI).