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The SCA deadline for cards is here: your questions answered
As of 14 March, card payments in the UK must include strong customer authentication. So what does that mean for businesses taking payments online?
What does AISP & PISP mean?
Do you know your AISPs from your PISPs? Find out why each type of service provider is vital to open banking.
What is chargeback fraud and how do you prevent it?
Chargeback fraud negatively impacts your business. Read on to learn more about what it is, how to prevent it, and how to reduce its impact on your organisation.
What is customer churn rate and how do you calculate it?
Churn rate helps you work out at what rate your business is losing customers. Find out exactly what customer churn rate means and how to calculate it.
What are the benefits of open banking for businesses?
How companies across the UK are unlocking the benefits of open banking.
What are continuous payment authorities (CPAs)?
Find out everything you need to know about continuous payment authorities, including how they work, advantages and disadvantages, and available alternatives.
How to keep track of what your customers really care about
We created a new service level indicator to track payment settlement – here's how.
Crypto exchanges are looking to open banking – here's why
Buying crypto is not as easy as it should be, but open banking can help.
How to reduce ecommerce fraud
If you’re worried about ecommerce fraud, here are some common types of fraud and how to avoid them.
PSD2 4 years on: why open banking is a success – and how to judge it
Open banking is four years old, but who's using it, how is it benefitting consumers and what's next?
Online payment methods for ecommerce sites: a beginner’s guide
What are some common payment methods for ecommerce sites? Choosing the right payment mix is key.