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Are you a part of the 278 million active global Amazon accounts? 

Consumers have many different types of payments in their pockets. Some of these, known as alternative methods of payments, tenders of wallets, have become a popular way for consumers to safely and quickly shop online. An alternative payment is often classified as a form of payment other than credit or debit card. Cardinal offers many alternative payment brand options that make it easy for consumers to pay the way they prefer, which increases merchant sales. One of these alternative payment brands is Amazon Payments.

 

Amazon has 278 million active global consumer accounts1, which can shop more easily with you when you offer Amazon Payments. Login and pay with Amazon is familiar, fast and doesn’t require consumers to remember new accounts and passwords. Let’s take a look at the Amazon Payments experience:

  •  Speed – In just a few taps, consumers login and complete their purchase.
  •  Increase Sales – Boost conversion rates and order value with a seamless checkout experience.
  • Familiar and Trusted – Consumers benefit from the familiarity of the Amazon checkout experience
  • Fraud Protection – Benefit from Amazon’s proven fraud detection capabilities.

With One Connection to Cardinal, we can FutureProof™ your business and help it grow by leveraging Amazon Payments, or many other alternative payment brands. Contact us today to learn more.

Sources: 1. Amazon Investor Relations, Q1 2015 Earnings Call

Posted by Ian Poole

Ian Poole is currently the Sales Engineering Director with an overall responsibility of Technical Sales, Market Analysis, and designing the implementation of market leading eCommerce and mCommerce solutions for new and existing Cardinal Customers. With more than six years of industry experience, Ian has been involved in many aspects of the Cardinal organization, including direct Customer support, managing Direct and Channel Integration teams, and working with solution design. He played a critical role when leading the Direct and Channel Integration teams as Cardinal expanded. Ian provides a balance between business and technology, and has played a critical role in showcasing how One Connection to Cardinal can FutureProof his Customers’ payment needs. Ian frequently speaks at industry events, in the US and internationally. Mr. Poole has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Washington & Jefferson College.

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Sep 1, 2015 8:30:00 AM

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