In an increasingly competitive and changeable marketplace, acquirers have a difficult balancing act on their hands – juggling merchant retention, new business growth objectives and portfolio risk management.
This challenge is complicated by cross-border expansion, merchant diversification and consumer demand for new purchasing channels and payment options.
Merchant monitoring can help address many of these challenges by enabling acquirers to more accurately recognise and analyse changes in merchant activity. This can empower acquirers to make better informed and more timely decisions about risk management measures, as well as helping to improve relationships and open up new business opportunities through increased understanding of each merchant business.
In a new whitepaper, fraud prevention and payment services specialist ReD explores just how merchant monitoring can provide acquirers with competitive edge and effective protection against risk.
Download the full whitepaper below to find out more about how your organisation could benefit:
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