Hello Soda at The Summit 2019

The Summit 2019: Round Up

It’s been almost a week since we landed back in Austin following The Payments Canada Summit 2019 in Toronto, and we had an incredible time!

We had the opportunity to speak to some fantastic Canadian payments businesses to showcase our brand new identity verification solutions and, with our interactive demos, allow them to see in real-time how our solutions can enhance their processes.

What did we take away from the event? Take a look below.

Providing Identity Verification solutions for Visa

How Online Payments are Processed

With the decline of your typical high-street stores having a physical presence comes the increase of businesses with an online presence, ultimately resulting in more and more payments being processed online.

These digital payments are not just for e-commerce businesses, but also businesses in other industries such as Money Transfers or Foreign Exchanges and Gambling.

Alongside the rise of card and online payments inevitably comes the greater risk of payment fraud – whether this be through stolen credit cards or impersonation fraud.

Providing the payments sector with KYC and AML

We’re Going to The Payments Canada Summit 2019!

We’re excited to be attending and exhibiting at Canada’s largest payments summit in May this year!

We can’t wait to see what The Summit has in store for us at Hello Soda, we will be present at the event at the Beanfield Centre in Toronto from 14-16 May 2019.

With the ever-evolving digital landscape and the growth in the digital payments space, innovation will be at the forefront of everyone’s minds at The Summit. Pop by our stand to find out what we’re all about and how we can improve your digital processes.

Hello Soda - Merchant Verification

The Rise of Card Payments

Are cash payments truly falling?

With the use of contactless and card payments rising, they now account for over three quarters of the value of the UK’s retail purchases. The latest British Retail Consortium’s (BRC) payments survey for 2017 states that cards were used for £277.1 billion worth of payments, equaling 76% of all retail sales.