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Dev Talk: Click to Pay Product Development

by Royce Hall on September 10, 2020 | Payment Industry,software development

Dev Talk: Click to Pay

Standardizing transactions using Click to Pay (Dev Talk: Click to Pay Product Development comes from an interview Royce Hall with Level 12 developer Matt Lewellyn. You can hear the full interview below.)   The point of Click to Pay (aka Secure Remote Commerce) is that it wants to standardize, in a sense, the way that all of the card brands...

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Custom Software Development Versus Commercial off the Shelf (COTS)

by Royce Hall on April 7, 2020 | data management,innovation,Payment Industry,software development,software project requirements,technology

Custom Software Needed

Custom Software Development or Off The Shelf? If you are undertaking a software project, you are probably asking yourself if you need to make or buy your solutions. In larger enterprises you may be thinking about implementing something as big as an ERP systems or CRM, or as small as a client intake form or web portal. You ask, is...

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Productivity Versus Efficiency: Building the Right Thing

by Royce Hall on October 4, 2019 | Louisville,Payment Industry,software development,technology

Productivity and Efficiency have Different Goals: Productivity is highly tied to value, efficiency is tied to waste. To be productive means that you're doing the right thing with as little waste as possible. Sometimes you might actually be productive with waste. And this might be common in more creative fields where people need to get away, they need time, they...

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ETA Transact 17 Recap

by Biz Dev on May 17, 2017 | Payment Industry

Randy Syring and Adam Robinson attended Transact 17, the annual conference hosted by the Electronic Transaction Association. The event was held at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. This was the first time members of our team attended this national event for the payments industry. We were encouraged to participate by one of our clients and colleagues in this market. After returning...

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