Conquering the E-Commerce Frontier
E-commerce is booming. Worldwide, online retailers are taking over market shares – and with the mobile revolution, this trend will not end anytime soon. As a result, many up-and-coming payment start-ups have jumped into the fray, with business models explicitly geared toward acquiring and payment processing in the card not present space.
Adapting a New Strategy
In contrast to this, a large portion of well-established acquirers has concentrated on their core competence: point of sale for brick-and-mortar businesses. But now, as many of their customers are starting to branch out into the online world using other companies for their card acceptance, acquirers are realizing that this constitutes a huge missed opportunity.
Using Existing Advantages
The brave new card not present world is the next frontier for these acquirers and Portfolio Investigator helps them conquer it, using the biggest advantage they have over new competitors: their card present client portfolio.
Making the Most of the Current Portfolio
The technology behind Portfolio Investigator is built on years of experience with online investigations. Its results help acquirers analyze their current customers and find the ones that already maintain a web presence. With Portfolio Investigator, they will be able to construct detailed customer profiles to power their sales efforts.
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