allpago has been included in a new market guide report from research group Gartner focused on helping IT and e-commerce leaders understand the evolving Digital Payment Gateway and Payment Services Provider (PSP) landscape.
Written by Gartner Research Director Penny Gillespie, the July 2016 Market Guide explains how the payments industry relates to the digital commerce customer experience and how the landscape is evolving for vendors such as allpago.
Gartner’s Market Guide also says “when selecting gateways and PSP vendors, the following are the top criteria that clients should consider, payment methods supported, services provided, geographies served, settlement and product innovation.”
We feel it a great privilege to be included in this important guide which provides great insight into the current payment provider industry. allpago now operates across Brazil, Mexico, Argentina and Colombia, enabling e-commerce merchants and payment providers to accept all relevant local payment methods through a single platform and API.
allpago’s state-of-the-art technology and regulatory knowledge are used by merchants including Art.com, Getty Images, McAfee, Paylogic, Symantec and Teamviewer to maximize conversion rates and ensure compliant transactions with customers in Latin America, and as a ‘last mile’ payment interface by leading payment companies around the world.
You can see and purchase the market guide here.
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