Card payment trends infographic

| June 21, 2017

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Businesses are evolving to meet the different needs of their customers. Retail businesses are adapting their sites for mobile payment through smartphones, but other industries are starting to adopt more traditional payment options like cards as customer behaviours change. Now is the time to open up your business to a wider audience.

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Payment Asia is the leading e-payment technology and e-business management company emphasizes in offering uncomplicated, secure and prompt payment processing network to domestic and global businesses alike. Established in 1999, Payment Asia is devoted to introducing innovative payment solutions to merchants of the Southeast Asia region. For instance, our multi-currencies supporting system and the Triple-DES/RSA protected, banking-authorities audited data transmission process demonstrated the clarity, simplicity and efficiency of an exceptional online payment system. Payment Asia has been developing rapidly and is proud to have served over 3,000 clients, locally and abroad.

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