PSD2 puts accountability for unauthorised or fraudulent payments squarely on payment service providers. PSPs are now obliged to confirm their customerís identity robustly when making payments and when managing their accounts. But these measures threaten to put barriers in the way of the frictionless journey that customers want.
Published By: HP Inc.
Published Date: Feb 14, 2019
How to overcome complexity and be ready for future growth.
The modern production digital print market brought a world of opportunities for micro-runs and variable data printing into the hands of Print Service Providers (PSPs). With print available in any quantity to anyone, print is being democratized, resulting in ever-greater numbers of increasingly smaller jobs. The old print model of high-volume static print is being replaced with a myriad of micro-runs and micro-jobs.
Automation that allows PSP owners to master the ensuing complexity and respond faster than ever before is enabling them to refocus on market development and on delivering value.
Solvent printing is the perfect solution for signs, vehicle wraps, and many other
print applications. Solvent inks produce top-quality graphics, enabling printing
service providers (PSPs) to maintain high-volume output and lower production
costs while providing their customers superior color gamut and accuracy.
Although solvent inks provide great performance and have many additional
bene ts, they come with one frustrating work ow drawback: the delays PSPs
experience by having to wait for solvent ink to dry, particularly when the
application requires lamination. A new breakthrough solvent ink technology
solves this problem by reducing print curing time by at least 75% of the 24
hour waiting period normally recognized by media manufacturers and industry
These new solvent inks make it possible for PSPs to laminate solvent prints on the
same day they are printed. PSPs can achieve high image quality without sacri cing
valuable time, plus they can avoid clutter and reduce spa
As one of the fastest moving industries in terms of innovation and change, Information Technology is rife with predictions for what will be "the next big thing". Networking is undergoing a shift with the adoption of web-scale and open networking approaches. Fill out the form to the right to view our webinar and hear experts from Cumulus Networks, IPspace, and Facebook discuss their predictions for what will be the biggest changes and evolutions in data centers this year.
Published By: SnowFlake
Published Date: Jul 08, 2016
CapSpecialty, through its subsidiaries, is a leading provider of specialty insurance for small to mid-sized businesses in the U.S., offering commercial property and casualty, professional liability, surety and fidelity products in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. By working with select partners through a limited distribution model, CapSpecialtyís creative, hardworking team provides personalized service and cultivates mutually successful partnerships to deliver positive results.
This white paper examines how companies are successfully realizing benefits from their procurement initiatives and are viewing procurement as an integral part of their overall corporate strategy. They no longer perceive procurement as a cost center, but rather as a strategic lever for improving profits or funding new initiatives.
This paper introduces the Procurement Services Provider model and how it can help companies significantly reduce procurement costs for greater bottom line value. The paper published by the Aberdeen Group speaks about the value a PSP can bring to an organization and it showcases ICG Commerce as a pioneer for this new service offering.