The pace of innovation in payments is challenging traditional business models, and at the core of this transformation is the concept of ‘openness’. This has already transformed a wide range of technology-based industries, and is increasingly impacting the way payment companies do business, and how they develop their technology.
This infographic, designed by white label global payment gateway provider PAY.ON, uncovers the six most important “tools” of open payments, and the role they play in developing open payment technology.
For more on how openness is transforming payments, download PAY.ON’s white paper below.
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