Grow with PPRO at Money 20/20

  • Payments
  • 14.10.2016 12:30 pm

PPRO Group, the cross-border e-payment specialist, will be exhibiting at this year’s Money 20/20 in Las Vegas from 23-26 October, the largest global event focused on payments and financial services innovation for connected commerce.

Covering the entire value chain from acquiring through to collecting and processing, PPRO will be demonstrating to payment service providers (PSPs), acquirers and other financial institutions the importance of alternative payment methods (APMs) for cross border e-commerce.  PPRO will also be giving visitors to its booth a taster of its comprehensive global alternative payments guide, based on extensive e-commerce and e-payment research carried out by finance experts, Edgar Dunn & Company.

PPRO’s CEO, Simon Black, will be taking to the stage together with industry peers to debate on “Global X-Border E-commerce: opportunities, challenges and the role of partnerships” on 26 October at 9am in the Murano room. The panelists will use the forum to share their views on the challenges and opportunities for cross-border commerce, in a world where global e-commerce sales reached $1.9 trillion in 2014 [1] and are set to double to almost $4 trillion by 2020[2].

Visitors to PPRO’s unique garden booth (#2836) will learn more about how its services remove the complexity of e-payments for PSPs and financial partners and can lead to the expansion of their merchants’ e-commerce reach, higher conversion rates and hassle-free collection. PPRO offers all acquiring services for a multitude of international alternative payment methods across more than 100 countries.  Under one contract, through one single integration and one platform, PPRO processes, collects, reconciles, consolidates and pays out all payments for PSPs’ merchants.

Simon Black, CEO of PPRO Group says: “With alternative payment methods, the term ‘alternative’ can make them seem peripheral, but if you want to be a viable merchant in multiple countries, it is essential to offer them alongside internationally available payment options.  It’s not enough to just offer credit card payments for international customers around the world.”

“The step to international e-commerce comes with great challenges, but also creates incredible opportunities for online merchants.  However, only those armed with the preferred local payment methods will succeed in the long run.”

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