Payments technology continues to evolve at a rapid pace. From EMV to Point-to-Point-Encryption (P2PE) to Alternative Payments, businesses must stay on top of the ever-changing payment environment to meet consumer demand.
W. Capra has a team of business-minded payment technology experts that provides technical leadership, direction, and analysis to a wide range of payment initiatives in a payment processing environment. We have effectively implemented new payment technologies across multiple verticals to enhance merchants’ payments ecosystems.
W. Capra’s approach is to analyze, design and implement. An analysis will be conducted of the current environment and the desired payment technology change, ensuring that business requirements are understood. We then create a design that architects the integration of multiple components of the environment. As part of implementation, testing is reviewed and confirmed to ensure a solid implementation.
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